The amount of information in web 2.0 is astounding. It is fast, constant, and immense. When I used to go to the stacks and bury myself in journals, I now sit at home and it just pours in. Nice. No wonder we are getting fatter.
Okay, enough on the human condition in our automated world. Because I am a Librarian/Media Specialist, I am looking at finding the latest and greatest on teaching technology. Because Project Based Learning is probably going to be a part of my Action Research, I found Reinventing Project-Based Learning (
I am following Edutopia (http://www.edutopia.org). Edutopia is hip, current, and broad. It is excellent with hitting on best teaching practices and trends across the country.
I am also following Educational Technology (http://people.uis.edu/rschr1/et/). I am finding that the articles are varied. I will have to pay a little more attention to the source than I will with Edutopia.
eLearn Magazine (feed://www.elearnmag.org/elearn.xml) has an interesting angle on technology in the classroom. They have a humanistic approach and look at the human interaction and technology.
Finally, I am following eSchool News (
What is also a little intimidating about these feeds and blogs is that not only do I receive and read RSS feeds, I also comment on others' blogs and they comment on my blog and I read their comments and look at their feeds and read those and... I am going to need my rest.