- del.ici.us--which is already on my home computer and will be on my school computer as soon as I get back there. I also have access to my friend's bookmarks, which will be very helpful as we are planning lessons this school year.
- flickr--especially the big huge lab and creative commons--already have my head swirling with ideas on how to use them in lessons this upcoming year.
- library thing--will use more as a personal site, rather than a school site, but it will help me keep up with my favorite authors and expand to new authors.
- I am toying with creating a library blog, but I do have some concerns with the possible contents of the comments so I am still undecided.
As a librarian, I feel it is so important to keep up with the latest technologies and to at least be familiar with what some of the web 2.o tools are even I may never master some of them. This program successfully helped to introduce me to many of these tools.
This program showed me that learning new technologies can actually be fun! I unfortunately usually go into a technology learning experience with a negative attitude, but this was a very non-threatening way to dabble with all types of tools, some of which I will use frequently.
I took the class with a friend so if one of us got stuck, the other usually could help. However, it would be helpful to have a "help" link with perhaps a dedicated email address to deal with concerns or questions we might have as we are working through these 23 things. It sure would have helped me as I was working with Rollyo and never could get it to work right!
I would most definitely be interested in taking another class in this format in the future,. My new knowledge greatly outweighs any frustrations encountered along the way!