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Results of the Dangerously Irrelevant 2007 Education Blogosphere Survey... See http://scottmcleod.typepad.com/dangerouslyirrelevant/2007/01/the_results_are.html ...

Results of the Dangerously Irrelevant 2007 Education Blogosphere Survey... See http://scottmcleod.typepad.com/dangerouslyirrelevant/2007/01/the_results_are.html

Research and presentation by Dr. Scott McLeod, January 2007, http://www.dangerouslyirrelevant.org

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  • Welcome Results from what I hope is the first annual education blogosphere survey Focus this year is on rewards / challenges of being an educational blogger Plus we asked a few other fun questions

Dangerously Irrelevant 2007 Education Blogosphere Survey Dangerously Irrelevant 2007 Education Blogosphere Survey Presentation Transcript

  • Education Blogosphere Survey Dr. Scott McLeod, January 2007 www.dangerouslyirrelevant.org
  • A call for participants…
  • How many edubloggers participated in the survey?
    • 160
    • Thank you!
  • Would you quit your current job if you could support yourself and your family through blogging?
  • What’s the most valuable thing you get out of blogging? The chance to try things out. Key ideas Try things Experiment Explore 7 / 160 = 4%
  • What’s the most valuable thing you get out of blogging? It’s rewarding / gratifying. Key ideas Praise Self-satisfaction Accomplishment 11 / 160 = 7%
  • What’s the most valuable thing you get out of blogging? The sense of helping others. Key ideas Contributing value Greater good Mentoring 13 / 160 = 8%
  • What’s the most valuable thing you get out of blogging? Capturing ideas / resources. Key ideas Summarize / organize Creating a record Document / archive 15 / 160 = 9%
  • What’s the most valuable thing you get out of blogging? It keeps me current / up-to-date. Key ideas New tools / resources Discovery Staying fresh 20 / 160 = 13%
  • What’s the most valuable thing you get out of blogging? The opportunity to hear back. Key ideas Testing out ideas Feedback Validation 26 / 160 = 16%
  • What’s the most valuable thing you get out of blogging? The chance to think. Key ideas Thinking through ideas Reflection Rumination 27 / 160 = 17%
  • What’s the most valuable thing you get out of blogging? A voice / audience / chance to share. Key ideas Expressing ideas Someone is listening Reaching a wider audience 47 / 160 = 29%
  • What’s the most valuable thing you get out of blogging? Community / connection / interaction. Key ideas Conversation / discussion New friends / peer group Support 59 / 160 = 37%
  • What’s the most valuable thing you get out of blogging? Increased learning and growth. Key ideas New information New perspectives Learning network 68 / 160 = 43%
  • What’s the most valuable thing you get out of blogging? Summary.
  • What’s the most difficult thing for you about blogging? Summary.
  • How many feeds are in your aggregator?
    • Average = 89
    • Median = 58
    • High = 587
  • What is the URL of your favorite NON-education blog? 8 www.headrush.typepad.com 7 www.lifehacker.com 6 www.techcrunch.com 3 www.presentationzen.com 2 www.boingboing.net, www.engadget.com, www.flickr.com, www.huffingtonpost.com, www.postsecret.blogspot.com, www.wired.com
  • That’s a wrap!
    • www.dangerouslyirrelevant.org
    • www.scottmcleod.net/contact