Social NetworkingSites like Facebook, Linkedin, Twitter etc. can be used tofollow other educators, educational societies, educationaljournals etc. to keep up with current best practice.They can also be used to provide a constant flow of newideas and ways of doing things in the classroom.
Social BookmarkingSocial bookmarking sites make it easier to track things thatyou find online, and search your bookmarks to find thingslater.These sites also make it easy to share your bookmarks withothers, opening up a whole network of information that othershave found.
BlogsFind some professionals who are leaders in their fields, andfollow their blogs. You’ll find all sorts of current informationthat you can apply to your practice.Ning’s are an online community related to a specific subjectarea. Subscribe to these to share information with otherprofessionals.
Organising your online lifeSites such as Flipboard create a one stop shop thatcoordinates all these things that you’ve now signed up to,social networks, blogs, subscriptions etc. and puts them all inone place where you can go to find the information that youneed without it.