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Edna's Blogging Corner Is Hosting Its First 2009 Blogging Carnival

Australia's free online network for educators, Edna, is a network of the education and training community. You have to be a registered user to see its work on topics as "government and non-government schooling systems, early childhood, vocational and technical education, adult and community education and higher education."

They've set up the Blogging Corner group, which "is a place for bloggers, would-be bloggers, and blogging mentors. Whether you are just starting out on your blogging journey, are some distance along the track, or have loads of experience, we hope there will be something here for you." reads the main page of Blogging Corner.

Since "almost no information leaks" from Edna groups, it's interesting to follow its Blogging Corner Carnival that will run on February 2.

Alison Hall and Kerrie Smith are the managers of Blogging Corner. They will be using an edublogs space at http://ednabloggingcarnival.edublogs.org/ "At the beginning of each month there will be a post with contributions from educators and we really hope that many educational bloggers will participate."

Whether you are interested on participation or want to spread word of this Carnival, head over to the submission page here. Looking forward to February 2!

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  1. Thanks for the promo of the Blogging Carnival.
    Just one little correction: the main edna site at http://edna.edu.au is open for use for anybody and no login is required. In fact Blogging Corner can be read by you without login. It is only for participating in forums etc that you will require a login id.
    We look forward to many contributions to the Carnival (and for that you don't need to login, although of course postings will be vetted)