EduBlog Nominations

Chef2Chef is excited to be a part of the online education community, and this year, we wanted to recognize some of our other favorite education blogs. We’re nominating the following sites for the Edublog Awards.

Best Individual Blog: Diner’s Journal. This New York Times site provides up-to-date information on everything from the business of running a restaurant to new culinary trends. A must-read for culinary students.

Best Student Blog: GetDegrees.com. Looking for advice on how to get an extension or how to balance work and family? GetDegrees offers practical advice for students with a fun twist.

Best Resource Sharing Blog: Schools.com. Schools.com offers everything from timely news articles to a handy guide to majors for prospective students.

Best Educational Tech Support Blog: WorldWideLearn.com. WorldWideLearn.com provides great resources for online teachers to help them translate their lessons into the dynamic and growing medium of online education.

Best Educational Use of a Social Network: Schools.com (@schoolsEDU). @SchoolsEDU tackles timely topics from tuition raises to teacher development. Join the conversation!

Good luck to all! We look forward to the results.

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