As a follow-up to a post last week about my perception of women’s voices in the edublogger space (lacking?) I wanted to post some more I read and several others I received from various commenters (thanks everybody!)…a lot of these voice are trailblazers and certainly appreciated by this newbie. Not all are strictly edubloggers but each provide valuable insight for those in the education/training/learning industry.
Angela A Thomas
English Education teacher with research interests including digital cultures, new media literacies, and digital narratives. Also a teacher in Second Life where she is known as Anya Ixchel.
apophenia: Danah Boyd
making connections where none previously existed…not entirely an edublog but one you should consider reading.
“A ‘place’ where I can wrestle with ideas, argue, challenge, think, and rethink. A “space” where I expose my raw and flawed thinking about information communication technology, teaching, and learning for critique.”
Beth’s Second Life: Beth Ritter-Guth
blog about teaching English and Women’s Studies using Second Life
Creating Passionate Users
Kathy Sierra – not blogging much right now but read past posts – excellent
EdTechUK: Josie Fraser
Information Learning Technology
Karyn’s erratic learning journey: Karyn Romeis
Karen works full time as a learning solutions designer after 17 years as a jill-of-all-trades trainer. She’s also a part-time post-grad student, wife and Mom.
Second Life Education Research: Sarah “Intellagirl” Robbins
This blog is a record of some of the thoughts Sarah has had about using SecondLife as a research and education tool
Cool Cat Teacher Blog: Vicki Davis
Teaching content with new tools, enthusiasm, and the belief that teaching is a noble calling
Learning Visions: Cammy Bean
Musings on e-Learning, instructional design, rapid e-Learning, Templates, the brain and other learning tidbits. As seen from the vendor side of the e-Learning aisle….
Silke is responsible for product management and marketing for Adobe Captivate
HeyJude: Judy O’Connell
Reflections, learning and social networking through the eyes of an educator and information professional