Attending the iFollett workshop in Macao. I'll post interesting tidbits as they pop-up and elaborate on them later.
8:45: Chris Smith, from Shambles.net, introduced us to Titanpad. Powered by EtherPad (which I've blogged about before), it's a tool for setting up back channel chats for classes, workshops, etc. Very powerful, and a great way to monitor and adjust, field student questions, etc.
10:40: Ann Krembs--our job as librarians is to be risk-takers. Technology is kids' language, and we need to learn it.
LOC photostream on Flickr.
11:00: Edistorm--Wallwisher on steroids.
Student Interactives from Read/Write/Think
Kerpoof: digital storytelling tool
TypeWithMe: similar to EtherPa; real-time collaborative writing
ArtPad: collaborative drawing