Guest Blogging

guest-blogging

Our goal here at edgital is to be a place of connection and sharing across the field when it comes to digital media. We welcome submissions from other professionals. Posts can report on your projects or review what’s happening at other institutions, share musings on the direction of the field, collect thoughts on or from conferences – basically anything you think would benefit other informal educators grappling with integrating technology into their practice.

Guidelines for Guest Bloggers

1.) Subject must address the intersection between informal education and digital media.

2.) Written posts should be between 500 and 2000 words. Video and audio posts should be between 3 and 20 minutes.

3.) Other people’s images and videos need to be properly cited and linked.  Be sure to note permissions in your submission so that we can assure that no rights and reproductions agreements are violated.

4.) We are happy to have posts featuring projects developed by you and your institution, but please no promotional posts.

5.) Email submissions to mairin@edgital.org. We are also happy to help develop ideas if you’re not quite sure what you’d like to write about.

 

Who You’ll be Reaching

Posts on edgital average between 500-600 hits – our readers are professionals from museums, zoos, aquaria, and other informal educational institutions, as well as technological innovators from across the field of education.

 

Our Guest Bloggers

Dana Allen-Greil leads educational technology at the National Gallery of Art and runs the blog Engaging Museums.

David Greenfield is PhD candidate in Pepperdine Universities Learnign Technologies program and runs the blog Collaborate, Create & Learn

 

Page image from Tech PT blog.
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