Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Week 9 -- #23

This project was an awesome experience. Though I have had experience with some of the technology, such as blogs, wikis and podcasts, some were new to me, especially mashups. It was great to fill in the gaps in my own technology skills/knowledge.I'm very excited to use these with my teachers. Since I teach a significant amount of the professional development in the district, I know that I will be offering some workshops on some of these discoveries. I would definitely be interested in future professional development from CSLA.

I wonder if I will be able to keep up wih some of the websites I have registered with -- already I can't keep up with the RSS reader. That will most certainly be my biggest challenge.

Thanks to the development team for the work they have put into this. I'm sure that this has been a major commitment, and it has been immensely beneficial to all of us.

4 comments:

School Library Learning 2.0 Team said...

Congratulations! You have successfully completed School Library Learning 2.0 and you are now an official member of the CSLA 2.0 Team. Your blog has been moved to the "Congratulations! 2.0 Team" list.

It is good to know you are in a position to provide professional development at your district, and hopefully by offering the sister course, Classroom Learning 2.0 you will keep learning all sorts of new 2.0 tools and curriculum connections. Best wishes!
- Jackie Siminitus
CSLA 2.0 Team project manager

librarymum said...

Congratulations on finishing School Library Learning 2.0. I hope you continue to record your adventures in web 2.0 here on your blog.

Looking forward to reading you here,
Librarymum of PageSpace

IrmaPince said...

We salute you! Congratulations on completing SLL 2.0. Remember to keep posting the good curriculum ideas that you come up with on the wiki site.

Libladylib said...

Congratulations! I use 6 or 7 of these applications we learned. ?I sometimes wonder how I did this liibrary job witout them. Wiki's and delicious are my favorites. I am just discovering jott.com and using zoho more and more.
Good luck with all of these "THINGS".