Sunday, June 18, 2006

Education Links at del.icio.us

Thanks to my National Writing Project colleague, Troy Hicks, who prompted me to set up an account at del.icio.us. He emailed:

"...if you are interested in knowing more about RSS and social bookmarking, Paul has suggested a link from Andy Carvin’s PBS Tech Learning website: http://www.pbs.org/teachersource/learning.now/2006/05/tag_youre_delicious.html "

This social networking cyber fad has been going on for awhile but I never had the chance to join the band wagon because I've been too caught up with work. It connects us to other people interested in the same topics as we do, especially if you are doing research on that particular topic,...viola! You have a good list of resources!

The blogs I maintain which are used positively in education can be tagged in education, school, teacher, student (*wink,wink).

IMPORTANT RESOURCE: The Several Habits of Wildly Successful del.icio.us Users

1 comment:

Laura said...

I did not realize all the things that could be done using technology. I recently started a class called integrating technology in the classroom. I have learned so many things about technology through this class. We have currently used the del.icio.us site and I also think that it is a great site.

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