When I first started blogging several months ago, I kind of looked around and said, ‘hey, where’s all the women?’ Since then, I’ve been introduced to many fellow women edubloggers and have featured them here, here, here, and here. I’ve come across a few more that I wanted to pass along…
I had wanted to list Cathy Moore on the last go-around but ran into some difficulty because her sight had mistakenly been tagged as some sort of hate/violence site and was blocked. I alerted her and she’s got it cleared upÂ so it’d be great if you wandered over to her site. While you’re there YOU MUST check out her incredible graphics. I love them!
Sue Waters is from Perth, Australia and is the person behind Mobile Technology in TAFE web sites. What’s TAFE? I’m so glad you asked! TAFE is the acronym for Technical and Further Education. Sue is an aquaculture lecturer so gets my vote (this week anyway) for the coolest job title.
Emma King is a Brandon Hall Research blogger. YAY!!! She’s just put up her first post and seems up for figuring out this blogging thing.
Kate Britt a.k.a. Pink Flamingo seems to have been blogging since 2003. Like many of you that might be reading this, that puts her in the blog-o-saur category. Thanks for paving the way Kate! She’s a teacher from Vancouver, BC, Canada.
I think it’d be cool if Kate used the image below on her site. Why? I’m glad you asked! You see, the famed plastic lawn ornament’s manufacturer stopped production 11/1/06 and will be resuming in Westmoreland NY… just down the road from me. I believe I will be bringing several pink flamingos to the Innovations in Learning Conference next month if they are available. If you were sitting on the fence about going, surely that’ll help make the decision : )
Sorry to digress Kate. I would’ve never found an appropriate tie-in to celebrate our community’s great news if not for the discovery of your blog. See the full pink flamingo story here.Â
(Lawn ornament’s natural habitat)