It’s time for our third annual Must-Read IT blogs nominations!
Each year, we ask the community to let us know about their favorite ed-tech blogs. In the past, this effort has generated massive resources for the higher education tech community. For reference, here are the 2012 and 2013 lists:
- The 2013 Dean's List: 50 Must-Read Higher Education Technology Blogs
- The Dean's List: 50 Must-Read Higher Education Technology Blogs
This year, we’re hoping to feature some new faces on the list, but we need your help. If there is a blog you read (or write) that covers the intersection of higher education and just about anything technology — mobility, cloud, classroom tech, security, Big Data, etc. — we want to know about it.
Last year’s rules still apply. Here’s a brief refresher:
Here’s how it works: Below, you will find a tool that allows you to submit a blog (and, yes, it can be your own) and vote for other submissions. To add a blog, click “Add to List.” You will be prompted to sign in with Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn or Google+ and then register with your email. (We apologize in advance for the inconvenience, but we want to keep our list free of spammers.) Once you do so, you will be able to add a blog. Simply click “Add to List” one more time, and then select “Item with Link.” Include a link to the blog you would like to nominate, and provide a short description of what readers will find there. You can also vote for your favorite blogs using the arrow to the right of each blog.
We’ve added a few of our favorites to kick things off. We will accept nominations until May 1. Help us spread the word!