- Mexico English Teachers' Alliance (META), Social and professional network for EFL teachers in Mexico, Latin America, and around the world.
- Blogs in Education from University Computing & Telecommunications at University of Houston-Clear Lake
- Studies Central on Blogs
- Instruction Through the Use of Weblogs by Anne Davis
- Leads!, in support of Edubloggers
- of Math, Page dedicated to blogs in the math classroom
- Tools for Teachers and Professors], a list of open source (no trial) software for teachers interested in wikis, blogs, and casting technology.
- "Ed Tech That Works" -- Marzano & Web 2.0 wiki devoted to connecting Marzano's meta-analysis of research-based instruction with Web 2.0 practices and tools.
- Technology resources for schools - a wiki by Suzie Vesper (and other contributors) that provides resources, links and tutorials for a wide range of freeware, commercial software and Web 2.0 tools (including blogs). Feel free to contribute your own content.
- Blog and Web 2.0 market reports, Search engine dedicated to market reports published by public sources
"[Blogging]," Stephen Downes in //EDUCAUSE Review,// vol. 39, no. 5 (September/October 2004): 14–26. [prepare to go on a roll] (Steve O'Hear in The Guardian) ["The educated blogger: Using weblogs to promote literacy in the classroom"] by David Huffaker ["Panelists: Blogs are changing education"], eSchool News [Learning]"Distance learning" ["Coming of Age: An Introduction to the New World Wide Web,"] Terry Freedman et al. ["Best Practices from Clarence Fisher"] by Vicki Davis, teacher ["Learning from Blogs"] and __Blogs and Pedagogy__ by Anne Davis, professor at Georgia State University ["Blogs = Invitations into Lives"] Clarence Fisher, teacher ["People who care blog"] Vicki Davis, Teacher "[Learning Networks: Blogs as Webs of Connected Learning]" [Guhlin], Director of Instructional Technology and edu-blogger [Genre, and Motivation: Key Concepts for Teaching with Weblogs], Brooks, Nichols, and Priebe. [to the Public: Weblogs in the Writing Classroom], Lowe, and Williams. [Benefits and Concerns of the Read/Write Web in Education: Blogs, Wikis, RSS, and Social Networks, including .com] by [Wagner] (A 1 page article to share with others.) [Format] [teacher makes blogs a staple at high school] by Valerie Strauss of the Washington Post [is no longer the predominant language] - May 1, 2006 "[for an Audience: Using Blogs to Expand Your Students' Horizons]" Brooks-Young ["Tech Tools for Learning"] by Will Richardson (Cable in the Classroom's //Access Learning//, January 2006, p.6-9 [PDF]). ["New Media, New Rules"] by Bobbie Eisenstock (//Cable in the Classroom Magazine//, July/August 2006 [PDF]). [para educar. Usos de los blogs en una pedagogía constructivista], by Tíscar Lara (Revista TELOS, 65, October-December 2005). [blog or not to blog...that is the question!] , by Claudia Ceraso (//The FCE Blog, September 2006 [ppt]))//
[Wikis, Podcasts, and Other Powerful Web Tools for Classrooms], Will Richardson [Blogging], David Warlick [of Age: An introduction to the NEW worldwide web] (downloadable pdf) [Approaches to Literacy Education, Using the Internet to Support New Literacies,] Rachel A. Karchmer, Marla H. Mallette, Julia Kara-Soteriou, and Donald J. Leu, Jr., editors
[Animated Math Videos], from Doina Popovici [in Education Video], from [Richardson] (time: 2:28) [the New Story] from [Shareski] (time: 8:00) [] From Teacher's TV - presented by Steve O'Hear (time: 14:00) [If You Love Learning: An Introduction to Weblogs in Education] Mark Wagner's presentation for the [Online Conference] (time: 1:14:26) [to the Blogosphere] Chris Walsh hosts Infinite Thinking Machine episode #4 [on Classroom Blogging] from [Fryer] (time: 6:30) [in Plain English] (Common Craft) from Lee LeFever (time: 3:00)
[Web 2.0] ESL/EFL Mega List of Educational Podcasts for language teaching and learning [] Dec 06 Interview with Vicki Davis on blogs and wikis [Tech Coast to Coast] (easier to see and download []) [Learning] by David Warlick [of History] by Eric Langhorst Wesley Fryer organized this Skypecast on July 11 with 26 participants describing and comparing various blogging service. You can listent to the [recording] of this online conversation. [Independent School Health Podcast] Alcohol and Other Drug Education Podcast for Parents and Educators
See also ["Starting to Blog"] [] created by David Warlick
[Classroom Exchange] Education penpal community with monitored communications, safe blogs and school email. [Guide to Blogs & Blogging] [] free email and blog hosting [Blogger] free blog hosting with moderation provided by the teaching community [Email] free email with sexual predator detection and optional school controls. http://edublogs.org/ Free blogs for teachers, researchers, librarians and other educational professionals [] free podcast host [] TakingITGlobal's tools for global education, including private virtual classroom spaces with student blogs [] Free service by Oracle with strong profanity filter and no non-school children allowed.
[Search] [] [Blog Search] [] [] [] [] [] [] [] (aggregates and categorizes blog searches from several search engines)
 [conference 2006]  (Open Source Lab)
Seminars & Workshops
February 2 - 3, 2007 (Philadelphia): Will Richardson's 1- & 2-day "Web 2.0 in Schools" Workshop [and Blogging for Learning] presentation by Sue Lister [Workshop] by Dean Shareski ["Blogs, podcasts and wikis: the learner is the resource"] or ["10 ways to stay connected without losing your mind and why blogging isn't one of them"] by Ewan McIntosh (handy for the UK and Europe) EdTechLIVE Regional Workshops - (coming soon) Teaching in a Participatory Culture - How Blogging Supports 21st Century Literacy by [Dorman]
Events & Meetups
See EduBloggerCon Wiki  (National Educational Computing Conference) in San Diego, July 5 - 7, 2006 [San Diego EdBlogger Meetup] and pictures... EdubloggerWorld (Ning) virtual meet-up August 23rd, 2007
> One of the great aspects of educational blogging is that the computing power needed to participate is actually very low--meaning at the very time that we are likely to conclude that we really do need a computer for every student in school, we should now be able to afford them. Current estimates are that close to 100,000 computers are obsoleted in the US every day, less than 5% of which get reused here in this country, but the great majority of which are fully capable of running Web 2.0 applications. [Authorized Computer Refurbishers] [] - a website selling refurbished Dell computers to schools. A Microsoft Authorized Refurbisher, providing legal Windows licenses on the computers. [] - Software to convert older Intel-based computers (PII or better) into no-maintenance "webstations." Great for blogging, wiki, podcasting, and research stations. [Rescue] Low-cost, low-maintenance school computer labs using Linux thin-client technology.