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I am fascinated by emerging technologies, the development of Web 2.0, and what this all means for schools and school libraries.
I work as Education Officer, Library & Web 2.0, with Catholic Education, working with 55 primary and 23 secondary schools in the Western region of Sydney.

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At 12:36pm on November 30, 2017, Macey Mathis said…

Hello! I am in a tech class at the University of Nebraska. My task is to find 3 people from other countries to add to my group!

At 12:34pm on November 30, 2017, Nicole Bakenhus said…

Hello there!  I'm new to Classroom 2.0 and this is part of an activity required for a course to practice using Ning Communities. We needed to find others on this site from different countries.

At 9:15pm on June 9, 2009, Poornima said…
Hello Judy,
We are from Sioux Falls, SD USA. We have just started a new Ning Community and would like you to join us. We would like people from different countries.
The link is
At 11:31am on July 17, 2008, Bobbie said…
I'm new to Web 2.0. I've enjoyed your blog. What one web 2.0 technology inclusion, hands down, is your most recommended tool. My classes are 9th grade Scripture ( Old & New Testament). The richness of the Bible stories and possible Religious truths is an underlying part of their studies. Getting them to "think", "find out", comment and reflect can be a challenge. Many are used to the "give me the correct answer" way of traditional teaching (boring). I look forward to your repsonse.


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