It seems that lately I have been doing a considerable amount of professional reading in the blogosphere. A few school library folks and those involved in technology integration in education generously share with the rest of us their sometimes-provocative thoughts in their blogs. Here, in my judgment, are some school library and technology blogs worth reading on a regular basis.
Doug Johnson's Blue Skunk Blog. Doug comments almost daily on a variety of school library and technology issues. His comments are wide-ranging, thought provoking, and amusing, http://doug-johnson.squarespace.com/blue-skunk-blog/
David Warlick's 2 Cents Worth. David comments daily on 21st-century literacies, technology in education, and changing schools. These blog entries are always an interesting and informative read. http://davidwarlick.com/2cents/
Joyce Valenza's Neverending Search. Joyce writes from the viewpoint of a cutting-edge high school practitioner, who is also promoting professional learning worldwide by publishing this blog, several wikis, and a ning for teacher-librarians. All this and a demanding day lob. http://joycevalenza.edublogs.org and on direct feed at http://feeds.feedburner.com/SLJNeverEndingSearch
Judy O'Connell's Hey Jude. Judy comments from Australia on many aspects of Web 2.0 and school libraries. There are many interesting initiatives in Australia that you will discover by reading this blog. http://heyjude .wordpress. …