Sunday, June 20, 2010

One Stop Shopping

Some other people have posted this link, but I figured I would pas it along as well. A site,, has put together a list of the top 100 technology blogs for teachers. When I started out in January, I had not idea where to look for blogs to follow or which tweets I should listen to. This site did some research and put together a stellar list of educators and their blogs. I read many of these blogs, but was happy to find some that I had not been following. They were immediately placed on my Reader so I can learn from them. Take a look at these blogs and see what you can learn and share with these great educators. Oh, except for #39. That blog is terrible! ;-)


  1. My blog is listed there, too. While it's flattering and resourceful, I can't help but wonder if they have an ulterior motive. Several of these types of lists have been created by onlinedegree sites such as
    Hmmm, is it spam?

  2. I'm not sure if it is spam. The sites don't ask for money or info when you go there, so it's ok from that stand point. If putting together a list of great blogs is designed to drum up traffic, everyone wins. Newbies get to see some great blogs and the site might get some hits for people interested in online education. It's a bit of a grey area, but it seems legit for know.

  3. I had that feeling too. Is this the online equivalent of the Whos Who books?

  4. The goal is to drum up traffic for their blog, but it has the great benefit of introducing us all to some excellent education blogs. The traffic it generates to our blogs isn't bad either.


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