Another immersive world that is largely text based. Do I dare enter? Who is joining or has played?
Group tagcloud for diigo group — another useful thing.
The educators group on Diigo now has a linkroll which will allow you to share things. The power of this is that if you are a science teacher, you can filter everything and only share science. Same for all subject areas.
I've turned on preapproval for this group to keep the spam out because we are approaching 500 members in this group. Remember, when you bookmark to diigo, check share to a group and then pick educators and at least one standard tag (you can use more.)
The twitter address that lets you follow new additions to the edublogger directory.
Cool Calendar of education events. I'm adding this one to my google calendar.
Great newcoming blogger. EstieC uses hyperlinks very nicely and has a nice writing style. Here, she reflects on the importance of commenting and is also part of one of the best pd projects that I've seen in a long time: the 23Things project out of Atlanta. A great model.
Nice blog post overviewing some of the great rubric generators out there now. There are a few here that I hadn't heard of.
Linked in now has groups. I think linked in is important for professionals and doesn't have the “I'm looking for a job” feel of Monster. ISTE has created a group on linked in.
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