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Edublogs magazine

Edublogs has come out with an online magazine. One of the articles reports on Aseem Badshah’s attempt to list the ‘top edubloggers’ (as measured by Technorati ranking). Although I’m delighted to be included, the blogs listed in the article are pretty heavily skewed toward educational technology bloggers. As both Aseem’s list and my own work on this topic show, there are lots of non-ed tech blogs out there that have pretty wide audiences. As long as we only promote ed tech blogs, we are missing opportunities to engage and interest educators who have interests in areas other than digital technologies.


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