Social Media platforms are likely to be the most popular way for educators and all other stakeholders in the online education market to inform ourselves of the latest tools and services, to read about education news, to connect with fellow educators and to build our Personal Learning Network (PLN).
As an edtech startup you need to meet your users where they are already rather than expecting them to go to your website. It is essential for any education startup to use social media to communicate with your users, get feedback on your service and to establish relationships with new people to give your service more visibility.
We are happy to announce that the readers of Edtech Magazine voted EDUKWEST on the Dean’s list of 50 Must-Read Higher Ed IT Blogs 2013.
Our team is stoked that EDUKWEST is seen as one of “the smartest and most innovative education tech bloggers on the web“. Thank you to all our loyal readers and everyone who voted for us.
It is also great to see that edcetera, a blog supported by Rafter which I am contributing to every week, also made it in the top 50.
Note: This announcement has first been published on my personal blog.
I am excited to announce that I have won the Edtech Digest Leadership Award in the category Edtech Blogger at the third EdTech Digest Awards Recognition Program. The EdTech Leadership Awards recognize outstanding forward-thinking contributions to learning and technology.