- Twitter: Seriously, getting on Twitter and using it for professional purposes is the single best move you can make to improve teaching and learning. Here are educators to follow on Twitter, a guide to educational hashtags and an introduction to twitter for newbies.
- Professional Communities Online – EdWeb.net, Connected Educator Ning, Future of Education, Classroom 2.0, The Educator’s PLN
- Webinars: Check out ASCD’s free webinars archive, Google Apps for Education webinars, Education Week Webinars, Open Education Week Archived Webinars
- Google+ Communities – Google Apps for Education, Gamification in Education, Physics Education, Minecraft in Education, 20% Time
- Blogs & RSS Readers – Try Feedly, Flipboard, The Old Reader
- Social Bookmarking and Curated Collections- Diigo (K-12 Education groups), Pintrest and ScoopIt
- Online Book Club – Simple as GoodReads, complex as Book Club 106, or get picky with something subject specific like Level Up Book Club
- Follow “Summer” Conferences online – ISTE for example. They even have their own Ning. Of course, who needs that when you can read their Tweets? Seriously, just get on Twitter.
- TED-Ed & Ted Talks
- Learn to Code.org
Today was an amazing Friday in the LIS Secondary Library. Here are a few photos from throughout our day. If you would like to see more photos of the LIS library community in action, visit our LIS Secondary Library – 180 Project.