Edublog Awards Nominations #edutweetoz #eddies14
This year the rotation curation Twitter account that Corinne Campbell, Michelle Hostrup, Liz Sinnott and I oversee has been nominated for an Edublog award, if you would like to know a little more about what we are about visit our about page, and if you are keen to be one of our guest tweeters sign up here. @EduTweetOz has actually been nominated for three sections. @EduTweetOz has been running since April of 2013, so early next year we will be coming up to our second birthday. Since our inception we have had some amazing people take the reigns of the account for a week tweeting about their passions connected to education, providing us with an insight into their day and life as a educator or someone who is supporting education. To check out who has taken on the hot seat to engage with our ever growing community check out our blog. Just to be nominated is a feeling of accomplishment, so thank you to those who took the time to do that.
If you would like to vote for @EduTweetOz, and it’s community, in the Edublog Awards following the links below:
Once you click on the link look for this pic and give it the thumbs up, you will be prompted to sign into Listly as part of the process. If the little thumb has changed colour your vote has been registered.
Follow the above instructions for voting in this section.
For this section look for the following pic:
There are lots of amazing groups and individuals who have been nominated this year, so while you are in there voting for us check the others out and give them a vote too. I was so excited to see TERpodcast get nominated for Best use of media (audio, video, podcast), while being here in the USA I have really enjoyed listening – thanks Cameron Malcher and Corinne Campbell 🙂 I am also excited to see The Student Blogging Challenge being nominated which is run by Sue Wyatt (as Tasmanian educator) under best use of social network too. It was great to meet her at ISTE this year.