The Edublog Awards

And the 2013 Winners Are…

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Many thanks to all that nominated, voted, or otherwise participated in the 10th annual Edublog Awards.

We truly believe this was the most successful year yet!

With over a thousand nominations, hundreds of thousands of views, and nearly 8,000 individuals voting, it was a massive community effort.

The most exciting part was the significant global presence with finalist and winners from all around the globe.

If you were a winner or finalist and would like us to send you a badge to display, let us know.

And without further ado…

Congrats to all the winners!

*You can see all of the nominees by clicking the category title below

Author: Ronnie Burt

Works for Edublogs. Former secondary math teacher and wannabe musician. Follow me on twitter @ronnieburt!

6 Comments

  1. Congratulations to all the winners. But also remember it is a privilege to have been on the finalist shortlist as well.

    Thanks also to Edublogs for trying different voting method. I think the younger students also appreciated being able to vote via Poll Daddy.

  2. Just wanted to add my own congratulations to our winners. I’m especially impressed with our Bulgarian winners. It’s not easy to get the support needed to win when you’re running a Non-English speaking blog. Good job!

    Don’t forget to display your winners badges on your blogs! If you don’t know how to get hold of them… erm… *points at Ronnie*

  3. Congratulations to all of the winners and finalists this year. I enjoy finding out about different blogs and people in social media when the nominations come out each year.
    While I like the transparency of the new voting method, I had many students, parents and colleagues tell me that they tried to vote, but gave up because it was too difficult. There seemed to be a large discrepency between the numbers of views versus votes. It was especially frustrating for my elementary students who love to vote from home, but are too young for a social media account.
    With every change there are the positives and negatives. I applaud you for trying something new, and I hope in the future you can find a method that maintains transparency yet is appropriate for less tech savy, younger and supportive voters.

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