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The Geeky Girl’s 2014 Edublog Awards Nominations


geeky girl on gray stoolThe nominations for the 11th Annual Edublog Awards are officially open, and that can only mean one thing: It’s time for this Geeky Girl to send some love to a few of her most favorite edtech peops!

To kick things off, I’d like to give a special shout out to my Tech Club student Aubs (a.k.a. the one and the only Geeky Girl Jr.) for continuing to rock out her super cool blog, Simply Aubree. You’ve accomplished many goals since entering the blogosphere, but here’s to you obtaining that badge you’ve been dreaming about for-like-ever! Keep up the fantastic work as well as your always positive attitude and great things will continue to happen!

The remainder of my 2014 nominations shake out something like this:

» Best Individual Blog — TechChef4u

» Best Group Blog — Two Guys and Some iPads

» Best New Blog — Shake Up Learning

» Best Edtech/Resource Sharing Blog — Cool Tools for 21st Century Learners

» Best Teacher Blog — Mathy Cathy

» Best Library/Librarian blog — The Daring Librarian

» Best Individual Tweeter — Donna Baumbach/Aunty Tech

» Best Twitter Hashtag — #edtech

» Best Free Web Tool — ThingLink

» Best Educational Wiki — ICTmagic

» Best Educational Use of a Social Network — TechChef4u on Facebook

» Best Mobile App — Dropbox

» Lifetime Achievement — Richard Byrne

Learn more about how you can nominate your favorite edtech people, places and things for a 2014 Edublog Award here!

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“The Geeky Girl’s 2014 Edublog Awards Nominations”

  1. November 18th, 2014 at 9:02 am       Gwyneth Jones Says:

    WOW! Jamie, I’m both honored & flattered! Thank you! Esp. since you are a Lifetime Achievement Eddie winner!!!! W00t! (and yes, I voted for you!)
    Cheers dear!
    @GwynethJones – The Daring Librarian

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