Thank you all for your patience. This years nominations have poured in from edubloggers worldwide – and the results, as I’m sure you will agree, are pretty outstanding. My condolences to the many, many high quality nominations who didn’t make this years finals: there were plenty of worthy contenders who would have been equally at home here representing the best that the edublogosphere has to offer. Please do enjoy checking out this years finalists, recommending them to colleagues and above all – voting!
This year I’m rolling out the votes with the posts, as well as providing an overview page, which is where the winners will eventually be announced. This means that you can vote for the categories you want or are most interested in – although I hope that you’ll explore all of our shortlist. Is someone missing from the category? Feel free to build on the resource by mentioning them in the category comments. Do also get in touch at the awards email address – firstname.lastname@example.org – if you review category shortlists on your own site, interview finalists, or create any other kind of post that would help enhance this years award.
Voting is open from now until Midnight GMT Saturday 16 December 2006 – a mere week away. Winners will be announced on Sunday 17 December – more details very shortly!