And here’s what the winners have been waiting for!
Winner Badges are now available and this year we have badges for Winner, First Runner Up and Second Runner Up!
If you won grab your badge from below, whack it in your sidebar linking back to the poll, you will be listed on those pages forevermore so wear ‘em with pride.
Adding your badge(s) to your blog is as easy as:
- Download this Winners Zip file – contains the HTML code for all badges with links back to their poll page
- Follow these instructions to add your badge to your blog!
Best individual blog
Best individual tweeter
Best group blog
Best new blog
Best class blog
Best student blog
Best resource sharing blog
Most influential blog post
Most influential tweet / series of tweets / tweet based discussion
Best teacher blog
Best librarian / library blog
Best educational tech support blog
Best elearning / corporate education blog
Best educational use of audio
Best educational use of video / visual
Best educational wiki
Best educational use of a social networking service
Best educational use of a virtual world
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