There’s only days till the Edublog Awards Ceremony….so it’s time to record the details in your Calendar!
This year the event will be held in Elluminate.
You just need to click on the following link up to 30 minute before it commences to join the Award ceremony:
The event is scheduled for:
- GMT/UTC: 12 am, Friday 18 December
- USA EST: 7 pm, Thursday 17 December
- AEST: 11 am, Friday 18 December
PLEASE click here to visit TimeandDate.com to check your local time!
About The Awards Ceremony
During the Ceremony we will be announcing the Winners and runner ups in each of the Award categories.
We’re hoping to invite the winners to speak and tell us more about their site/themselves — time permitting!
So if you’ve been nominated, and would like the opportunity to speak, please:
- Organise a headset with microphone
- Set up your audio prior to the event!
If you are new to Elluminate — please make sure that your computer is configured for Elluminate before the event by visiting Elluminate Support.
After the Ceremony we would love you to stay on for our After Awards Party! — don’t forget your food and drinks (especially chocolate!)
Recordings of the Ceremony will be posted within a day of the event.
The nominations are up and voting is now open in the 2009 Edublog Awards.
So vote for your favorite blogs /sites as voting ends USA EST 11.59 PM Wednesday 16 December!
PLEASE click here to visit TimeandDate.com to check the time voting finishes your local time!
For the latest up-to-date news on the Edublog Awards:
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I’m confused, where is the list of winners for 2009? This looks like a great program. Some excellent and interesting blogs out there.
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