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Regular readers may notice a small change in the format and schedule of our weekly posts. A few tweaks will hopefully make for a much more useful post for everyone! Featured Post of the Week! This week, our featured post is View Google Search Results By Reading Level by Paul Hamilton. Especially when working with […]

Right up there with running more and eating healthier, keeping up with the blogs I like to follow has been my easy way out of New Year’s resolutions the past few years. How many of you out there have also spent a good amount of time setting up your Google Reader only to let the […]

Finding the funds for Edublogs Pro, Edublogs Campus, or any other education technology product out there isn’t always easy. This is especially the case as schools and educators are facing difficult decisions in times were budgets are tight. We have a growing number of users that have found success with grants, donations, and asking organizations […]

We couldn’t be more excited to announce the start of a new series of free professional development for educators – something we are calling ‘Teacher Challenges’. The online trainings will be open and public to anyone that would like to participate. While we will provide a suggested time line and set of activities, you can […]

There are only a few days left to vote in the 2010 Edublog Awards, and we wanted to take this opportunity to let you know why you should both vote and visit the Edublog Award site: Find out who the edublogosphere thinks are the top blogs to follow Discover 42 of the top tweeters to […]

I’ll be the first to admit that several years ago when I heard about twitter I was more than skeptical. I would occasionally check it out and just not really get it. Today, while I don’t tweet as often as I’d like, I can’t imagine a day without checking the stream to see what my […]

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