State of Educational Use of Blogs 2013 Survey

How educators use blogs is constantly changing and evolving so we’ve decided each year we would pull together a comprehensive resource on the State of Educational blogging to document these changes.

We’re hoping that you can help us!

We’re looking for replies no matter what blogging platform you may be using.

Here’s how you can help:

  1. Please complete our survey.
  2. Share a link to our survey with your social networks.   The more responses we receive, the better the data we can deliver!
  3. Share links to any recent articles you’ve written on this topic by leaving a comment so we can include when we present the survey results.

Thanks for helping out and we’ll be sharing the data we collect in a follow up post.

Sue Waters

Edublogs Support Manager @suewaters on Twitter

7 Responses

  1. Ms. Kobylarz says:

    I would like to attend a local blogging workshop this summer.

  2. Sue Waters says:

    @Ms. Kobylarz we provide a series that you can work through online here – http://teacherchallenge.edublogs.org/challenges-2/blogging-with-students/ or maybe your School District provides a face to face workshop. Have you asked your School District if they provide blogging professional development?

    @Henrietta Thanks for the link to your post! Occasionally people who asks us about Edublogs vs Edmodo; and I always refer them to your post so thanks for reminding me to include it when I write the follow up post.

  3. Sue Waters says:

    Hi All

    Sharing a quick link forwarded to me by Bernard Moro for an article he wrote for a Council of Europe publication related to the dos and don’ts of blogging for teachers – http://languagelearningresourcecenter.org/info_linguistes/russian_seminar/web20_stocktaking/index_web20.htm

  4. Michael Doyle says:

    How does a blog make education better?

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