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Dic 19 2005

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Premios edublogs 2005

Los premios Edublogs 2005 organizados por el incansable James Farmer fueron anunciados ayer. Esta es una lista que amerita explorarse detenidamente y añadir a nuestros agregadores o sistema manejar favoritos, si es que ya no están en los mismos.

Most innovative edublogging project, service or programme:

Edublogs 41%
Elgg 21%
Stephen’s Web http://www.downes.ca/ 20
Ed Tech Talk http://www.edtechtalk.com/ 18%

Best newcomer:

Blog of proximinal development: http://www.teachandlearn.ca/blog/ 47%
FLOSSE Posse: http://flosse.dicole.org/ 15%
Remote Access http://remoteaccess.typepad.com/remote_access/ 11%
Adventures of the 14 day thesis/beyond the 14 day thesis: http://insidethewhitehouse.uniblogs.org/ 10%
Smelly Knowledge http://forestfortrees.edublogs.org/ 10%
Stuart Yeates’s blog http://connect.educause.edu/blog/StuartYeates 7%

Most influential post, resource or presentation:

Connectivism: Learning as Network-Creation http://www.elearnspace.org/Articles/networks.htm 29%
EdTechTalk No. 20 part 2: Downes & Richardson 19%
E-learning 2.0 http://elearnmag.org/subpage.cfm?section=articles&article=29-1
17%
A Nomad’s Guide to Learning and Social Software 14%
Future VLE – The Visual Version http://www.cetis.ac.uk/members/scott/blogview?entry=20050125170206
11%
EdTechTalk No. 24 Ganley http://worldbridges.com/livewire/?p=93 10%

Best designed/ Most beautiful edublog

D’Arcy Norman Dot Net http://www.darcynorman.net/ 22%
Room 208 http://bobsprankle.com/blog/ 19%
Inline Comments http://web.mit.edu/benbr/notes/ 18%
The HUMlab Blog http://blog.humlab.umu.se/ 12%
Professional Lurker http://www.professional-lurker.com/ 12%
Tangled up in Purple http://www.nixit.co.nz/wordpress/ 11%
Tim Wang’s eLearning Blog http://blog.loaz.com/timwang/ 6%

Best library / librarian blog

Joyce Valenza’s NeverEnding Search http://joycevalenza.edublogs.org/ 44%
The Shifted Librarian http://www.theshiftedlibrarian.com/ 24%
Librarian.net http://www.librarian.net/ 12%
Infomancy http://www.schoolof.info/infomancy/ 10%
Caveat Lector http://cavlec.yarinareth.net/ 6%
Open Stacks http://openstacks.net/os/ 6%

Best teachers blog

Blog of proximal development http://www.teachandlearn.ca/blog/static-page-1/ 36%
Edublog Insights http://anne.teachesme.com/ 36%
The Open Classroom http://theopenclassroom.blogspot.com/ 11%
Room 208 http://bobsprankle.com/blog/ 10%
Gardner Writes http://www.gardnercampbell.net/blog1/ 7%

Best audio/ and or video blog

Ed Tech Talk http://edtechtalk.com/ 23%
Connect Learning http://davidwarlick.com/connectlearning/ 16%
SmartHistory http://www.smarthistory.blogspot.com/ 15%
Pod-EFL http://www.pod-efl.com/ 14%
Ed Tech Posse http://edtechposse.ca/ 13%
Vlog 3.0 http://hypertext.rmit.edu.au/vlog/ 12%
TILT TV http://tilttv.blogspot.com/ 7%

Best example/case study of use of weblogs within teaching and learning

A Case Study of Pre-service Teachers Learning:
Polar Science http://www.polarscience.ca/ 21%
Rhythm in Architecture http://dyg-brainmaps.buzznet.com/user/ 21%
EdTechTalk No. 24: Ganley http://worldbridges.com/livewire/?p=93 20%
Assessment by blog http://incsub.org/blogtalk/?page_id=62 12%
iGeneration http://i-generation.blogspot.com/ 9%
Radcliffe Riverside LIVE http://radclifferiverside.com/live/index.php?automodule=blog 7%
vSKOOL.org http://www.vskool.org/www/vskoolblog.html 6%
http://www.educationaltechnology.ca/couros/publications/Nolan-EdMedia2005.pdf 4%

Best group blog:

Dekita.org http://dekita.org/ 27%
Worldbridges http://worldbridges.com/livewire/ 24%
Kairosnews http://kairosnews.org/ 23%
The HUMlab blog http://blog.humlab.umu.se/ 13%
BizDeansTalk http://www.deanstalk.net/ 12%

Best Individual Blog:

OLDaily http://www.downes.ca/news/OLDaily.htm 39%
Weblogg-Ed http://www.weblogg-ed.com/ 35%
bgblogging http://mt.middlebury.edu/middblogs/ganley/bgblogging/ 17%
Ideant http://ideant.typepad.com/ 10%

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1 comentario

  1. Jean Michel Chaupart

    Gracias por dar la lista de los porcentajes obtenidos por los nominados al mejor blog.
    En el blog oficial (Edublog awards), dan los nombres de los ganadores y en la categoria : “Best example/ case study of use of weblogs within teaching and learning 2005”, aparece como ganador : “Thomas Hawke, Thomas Stiff, Susan Stiff, Diane Hammond (YES I Can! Science team): Polar Science” con 21%.

    Pero en la misma categoría aparece otro blog con 21% : Rhythm in Architecture http://dyg-brainmaps.buzznet.com/user/

    ¿Qué mecanismo pusieron en práctica los organizadores del evento para determinar quien es quien? A cara o sello? ¿El reglamento que manejan no preve los empates reales como el que se dió aquí?
    Y decretar un empate no afectaría en nada el blog que “ha sido dado como ganador” y, de seguro, sería un buen estímulo para el blog del empate.

    Una opinión que no pretende polemizar

    Jean Michel Chaupart

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