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Hi Everyone!

I am always looking for more PLN links! I started a site @ http://www.vrml.k12.la.us/curriculum/tech/socialnetwork/PLN.htm last month and would love to continue adding to it.

Barbara Sakamoto's "What is a PLN Anyway?" blog post is great for anyone new to any educational PLN. Her link is located @ http://viigo.im/0QxX.. You may want to check that out if you haven't read it yet.

If you have any informative PLN links to share, I would love to add those! Just send them my way!

Thanks!
Stacy

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Thanks Lucy!!

Lucy Gray said:
Thanks every one for sharing their bookmarks =)
Trying to spread the word. I have created a blog sharing Web and Classroom 2.0 websites and software. Please feel free to visit, share, and comment.

http://zimmertis.blogspot.com
Thanks for the link!! I enjoyed looking through it! Great job!!
I actually changed the URL. It is http://edutechintegration.blogspot.com
Thanks so much!!
Hi Stacy

This is a short booklet I published called 'From Information to Knowledge' which is a practicle guide for building and exploiting your PLN. It has guides for how to set up and use things like Twitter, RSS Homepages and Social Bookmarking services.
http://www.scribd.com/doc/22124764/From-Information-to-Knowledge

It is of course free. And you can either read it online or download a copy

Best

Nik Peachey | Learning Technology Consultant, Writer, Trainer
On Teacher Development: http://nikpeachey.blogspot.com/
On Technology News and Tips: http://quickshout.blogspot.com/
On Student Activities: http://daily-english-activities.blogspot.com/
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On Twitter: http://twitter.com/NikPeachey
First of all, I love the work you are doing! I have been looking and reading your blogs to share ideas with district teachers in my area since NECC last year!! Keep up the great work!!

Love the links that you shared! I added all to my personal collection!

THANKS A MILLION!
Hi Stacy

Thanks for being so encouraging. It's great to know that people actually read the blogs.

Thanks

Best

Nik
If you're still looking for PLN links, here are a few from me:
My blog: http://anncarnevale.edublogs.org (intended audience - elem. teachers in my district)
My Delicious: http://delicious.com/annmarycarnevale
My Bloglines: http://www.bloglines.com/public/annmarycarnevale
Sorry I am so late in replying! The holidays caught me off guard!! THANKS!! I appreciate the help!
Hello all,

Here are my PLN links: http://delicious.com/tshreve/pln

Tom

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