SLPs Shortlisted for 2012 Edublog Awards

I am proud to say that SLPs have again represented in this initiative, underscoring our key role in the educational process and in the spheres of social media and educational technology.  What follows is a list of SLP nominees, so please VOTE early and often.

As the Edublogs People tell us:

Remember that only one vote per day per category will be counted from the same location! 

This means, if your school uses one IP address, you’ll need to ask students and staff to vote from home, or only one vote will count.

The best way to vote is to navigate to Vote Here, select Vote all at Once from the dropdown menu, and be aware of the following SLP nominees in various categories.

CLICK THE IMAGE ABOVE TO VOTE or go to this link

CONGRATS to all the nominees!!  Thanks again to those who nominated me!

Best Individual Blog


Best Group Blog

ASHAsphere *

Best New Blog

Speaking of Apps

Speech Adventures

Speechie Apps

Best Student Blog

HannaB, gradstudentSLP


Best Ed Tech Blog



Best Teacher Blog Caroline Bowen

Most Influential Post

Lexical Linguist – Nomenclature and basic functions of Twitter (AKA Twitter 101 for SLPs and AUDs)

Individual Tweeter

@SpeechyKeenSLP – Tara Roehl

Twitter Hashtag






Therapy and Learning Services

Social Network


Mobile Apps

Custom Boards Premium

Vote Away! Remember that this event is also a great way to discover new resources to follow, including those not created by SLPs.

(This post originally appeared on SpeechTechie)

(*Editor’s note: we’re honored that ASHAsphere was nominated for Best Group Blog! Thank you so much for the nominations and support of ASHAsphere, and thank you to the great contributors who make this blog a valued resource!)


Sean Sweeney, MS, MEd, CCC-SLP, is an SLP and technology specialist working in private practice at the Ely Center in Newton, MA, and consults to local and national organizations on technology integration in speech and language interventions. His blog, SpeechTechie (, looks at technology “through a language lens.” Contact him at