Traditional professional development includes: Attending conferences, Reading journals, blogs, newsletters, subscribing to blogs through RSS, etc.Bring it all together with one tool and receive 24/7 professional learning
When I first signed up on Twitter…As time went on I saw Twitter follow icons on my favorite blog sites.I followed tech journalists and followed some of their twitter faves.All of my resources pulled into one stream[Provide Demo]
As the nuggets come in, you need a place to store them. Don’t store on the computer – but in the cloud.
I used to use delicious…[Provide Demo]
Email is still a very necessary toolYou likely have more than one accountConsolidate them into one cloud-based service.
Google is not going anywhere…I call Gmail the gateway drug
Calendar, Docs, Chat, Scholar, Blogger, Reader, Talk, Picasa, Piknik, YouTube
How do we keep up with the constant bombardment of information from the various sources.Twitter, IM, email, etc.First remember that it’s a flowing stream that you are not always looking into. Expect to miss several nuggets and know that its not the end of the world.
Desktop App – mac, Windows, Linux[Demonstration]
every educator needs a website to post infoI’ve seen and used many free website toolsNothing compares to the latest one I found
It’s really a complete learning management system wrapped in a social networking format.
5 Must-Use Tech Tools Brian C. Dvorak briandvorak.com