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As this blog illustrates, somedays a blogger is more on top of her game than others.  And although I’d never suggest that others have the same issues, for me, bursts of brilliance are rare. 

The Edublogs awards recognize consistent brilliance in blogging over the course of the year.  They also recognize a most influential blog post.

My own blog reader is packed to the gills and I know I miss those posts that really make a difference. And so, I am wondering if you’d care to reflect with me and help us all discover what we may have missed.  Feel free to meme this.

For me Karl Fisch’s Is It Okay To Be A Technologically Illiterate Teacher?
made a difference.

If this blog software allowed me categories, I’d tag this an end of the year reflection.  In fact, this week marks my one-year anniversary blogging for SLJ. 

Over the past year, I suspect that the packing video post, while so much fun (for me at least) marks one of my lower intellectual expressions.  (Please expect more of those!) 

And I suspect that my Fair Use and Transformativeness post marks a highlight in terms of discovery for me. 
I think we’d all benefit if we shared, not our favorite blogs, but the posts that changed the way we think, that inspired or challenged us.

Joyce Valenza About Joyce Valenza

Joyce is an Assistant Professor of Teaching at Rutgers University School of Information and Communication, a technology writer, speaker, blogger and learner. Follow her on Twitter: @joycevalenza

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