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Top 20 Edu Blogs?

Top 20 Edu Blogs? – while I agree with the names on the list (my connectivism blog included :) ), there are so many excellent edu-tech bloggers, I would have a hard time narrowing it down to 20. I posted a list of bloggers several years ago (has it been that long?!?). I guess this is a good time to update the list. I’ve opened comments on this post. Please list any ed-tech bloggers that you feel should be added to the list (include name, position (if interested), and blogger urls).


  1. I do of course have to add my own “EduBlog” –;) A blog about e-learning and Learning Technology.
    Fredrik Paulsson
    (Assistant Professor at Umeå University IML ( & Member of the KMR-group at the Swedish Royal Institute of Technology [])

    Wednesday, November 23, 2005 at 1:32 pm | Permalink
  2. Tama wrote:

    My edublog is new, but seems to fit on the list…
    Tama’s eLearning Blog it’s run by Tama Leaver who, as of January next year, will be a Lecturer in Higher Education at the University of Western Australia’s Centre for Advancement of Teaching and Learning.

    Wednesday, November 23, 2005 at 11:10 pm | Permalink
  3. brent wrote:

    Well, i’m going to add my blog to the list, not because it’s offered any great insights into education or been all that popular amongst the blogoshpere heavyweight edubloggers, but to my credit I have been blogging longer than most: fist post, Jan. 2004 … nearing 2 years now. That’s gotta be worth something :-)

    Thursday, November 24, 2005 at 6:19 pm | Permalink
  4. Copy of comment post on PD blog today:

    Glenn (WheresGlenn) Says:
    November 24th, 2005 at 2:45 pm

    Please accept my apology for the unauthorized “remix”…

    I have been following and enjoying your blog (and many others) as I have been on a personal mission to better understand the blogosphere and its value in education.

    My experience as an Elementary Principal for 15 years and my last 2 years as the Director of Technology Planning has sparked this recent interest.

    My first step was to read blogs, then I created a few, one was the WheresGlenn Blog ( which was intended to let my staff know where I was during the week and to give them an electronic weekly bulletin.

    Recently I saw your wiki and loved the 20 edublogs you suggested, in fact I was in complete agreement on their value and I posted (without your permission) the same list with one addition as the “Top 20 Edublogs” and suggested that this would be a great starting point to begin reading about blogs in education.

    The 1200 teachers in my district all have laptops, projectors, Dcams, and a nice speaker but they are woefully behind in their knowledge of the possibilities on the web. This post was an attempt to get them started.

    Althought it appears to be too late, I will make a change on my post today and give credit to you and your wiki as well.

    I have learned yet another valuable lesson in blogging…apparently Germans and Aussies are reading my weekly bulletin which was originally intended for my staff…I’ll be more careful with my future posts. I still have much to learn.

    Thursday, November 24, 2005 at 9:18 pm | Permalink
  5. Rishu Khushu wrote:

    The Learned Man ( to be a good one too.

    Friday, November 25, 2005 at 4:30 am | Permalink
  6. Nice, balanced and considered thoughts on learning and technology with particular relevance to Elementary level education in Ireland.

    Friday, November 25, 2005 at 2:43 pm | Permalink
  7. Brian Mull wrote:

    Global Learning Initiative

    Saturday, November 26, 2005 at 2:41 pm | Permalink