Nominations are now being accepted for the 2006 Edublogger Awards "the independently run, community-based awards programme which recognizes and promotes excellence in the educational use of social software." There are 10 categories, one for Best library/librarian blog. There is information on the site about how to nominate ("If you post publicly, and ,
you are recognized as an edublogger for the purposes of this
competition and are eligible to nominate"). Nominations close November 30th, after which the slate of candidates will be listed for voting.
Winners of the best library/librarian blog in previous years were:
2005 - Joyce Valenza’s NeverEnding Search (the slate)
2004 - Library Stuff (the slate)
Note that as long as you "produce some content related to education" you're eligible to be nominated (or even self-nominate), so that should open this up to pretty much any librarian, eh?
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