Showing posts with label Jim Burke. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Jim Burke. Show all posts

Thursday, December 18, 2008

2008 Edublog Awards Ceremony This Weekend

The Edublog award ceremony is taking place this Saturday at 6pm EST, 3pm PST. There are couple of ways to watch the observe the ceremony including in Second Life, live audio stream, and chat room. Second Life isn't really my thing, so I'll be listening on the live audio stream and perhaps joining in the chat room.

Free Technology for Teachers
has been nominated for best resource sharing blog. My friends at Wicked Decent Learning are in the running for best use of audio. And Maine's wiki guru, Jim Burke, is in the running for best wiki. If you haven't voted yet, you still have time. Even if you don't vote, just looking at the lists of nominees will expose you to many great resources that you might not otherwise discover.

Click the image below to vote.

Wednesday, December 3, 2008

It's Official! I'm Nominated for an Eddy!

It's official, I have been nominated for an "Eddy" 2008 Edublog Award in the category of Best Resource Sharing Blog. I would love to win, but there are so many other great blogs on the list that I am happy just to be included in the list. I started this blog just over one year ago, I never thought it would get a following of more than 1200 subscribers.

If you would like to vote for Free Technology for Teachers please visit the voting page here.

My friends at Wicked Decent Learning have been nominated for the best Educational Use of Audio 2008. You can vote for them here.

Another great Mainer, Jim Burke, has been nominated in the category of Best Educational Wiki 2008 for the wiki he started, Learning in Maine. You can vote for Jim here.

If you would like to see the other categories and the list of all nominees click here.

What are you waiting for? Go vote. Seriously, just looking at the list of nominees will make you smarter.