The last suggestion I have for creating a Personal Learning Network is a NING. NING's are like Facebook for a specific topic. They are a very powerful tool because they combine chat, blogs, discussion groups, and more. My school district implemented one for our professional development this year and it allows us to have one place to check for all our needs!
The one NING I follow is assistivetech. It has many different groups for Literacy & AAC, Rhett Girls AT, Web 2.0 as Instructional and Assistive Technologies, and more. It's a great group to meet others, to share ideas, and ask questions.
Take a look today!
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