Edublog Awards 2009 – Voting Open

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I am thrilled to have been nominated again this year for the Edublog Awards. It has been a busy year for me, this blog and the resources I have nudged along – not to mention my Twitter account!

It would be wrong of me not to acknowledge that people have taken the time to nominate this space and the other resources, so I extend my heartfelt thanks to everyone who did.

If you have a minute you know I would be grateful if you voted for this blog as well as the “Interesting Ways” resources which we all share ownership of. Amazingly I have been nominated in 6 categories this year, so there is plenty of choice to cast your vote, please follow the links below to the polls.

Best Educational Uses of Video / Visual (For the “Interesting Ways” resources)

Best Individual Tweeter (@tombarrett)

Best Resource Sharing Blog

Best Individual Blog

Best Teacher Blog

Best Educational Tech Support Blog

Voting ends on Wednesday 16th December 2009

It is always great to be considered alongside the other hard working teachers and professionals in the educational technology community. Thanks again for the nominations and good luck to everyone involved.

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  • http://www.paramounttraining.com.au/ Melbourne

    Well done. Congratulations.

  • http://www.paramounttraining.com.au/ Melbourne

    Well done. Congratulations.

  • http://paraprospromote.blogspot.com/ Machelle

    Congratulations! You will win! I am a grad student and all of this blog stuff is new to me. Can you send some hints on how to add neat stuff to a blog?

  • suryaveer

    Hi Tom – Congrats for the nominations 6 in a row….whatever be the results, you are a winner always wining the minds 'n thoughts of educators like me. You through the blog, interesting ways, twits and emails have sharpened the minds of the readers. In the words of Swami Vivekananda – “Education means that process by which character is formed, strength of mind is increased, and intellect is sharpened, as a result of which one can stand on one’s own feet”.