In creating and developing my Edublog, I have found that there are so many ways and places to visit to get ideas. Having been an avid reader within the edublogosphere over many years now, I feel like I have become somewhat of an ‘edu-groupie’ to the many fine edubloggers out there. If there was a cluster map that worked in reverse (there probably is) I reckon mine would have more red spots than a ‘plague of measles’.
This has really helped me refine my thinking in the how / what / when and why of posting.
I have especially enjoyed reading through Carol Cooper Taylor’s post of 38 ways to find great edublogs and found her link to ‘Jason Falls of Social Media Explorer’ particularly interesting, who compiled a list in Jan 2009 of the 50 Top Education Blogs based on their engagement over the past 30 days. I discovered that I subscribe already to just over 30 of these blogs.
If you’re just starting out your own Edublog, like me – check out Carol’s (‘Blog by Carol’) post – and enjoy / learn about the best in the field.