I was a little lost - had just enough ideas and information to know roughly were I wanted to go, but not the best route to get there. First I blogged it on my own blog, then I went looking for answers. I found similar questions and GREAT resources/answers right here at the Classroom 2.0 ning. The ability to search by tool, subject or area made this viable. While I still hope I get additional input via my blog post, I am already running with some key hints and how-tos from members here.

It seems every time I go back to my slowly expanding network of 2.0 connections, I find a new use, a new answer, and of course new questions. I love the on-demand nature of all of this - I don't have to wait for a conference to do professional development, or try to meet with my already overburdened tech people at school during the day to move forward. This definitely matches my impatient nature of wanting to do something NOW!

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Comment by Sylvia Martinez on November 4, 2007 at 9:27am
Glad you found some answers here, Sarah!

For some reason, the blog posts here don't attract as much input (although I think people read them). The forum seems the way to go for input.

Not sure why! It could be how the comments post to blogs, could be that the forums appear first on the main page, or who knows. But it all works somehow ;-)

And if you want really NOW - try twitter!

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