More really good reading

For some educators, tagging is ‘it’: New way to find and store information online has implications for schools.
eSchool News Online.

Social networking 3.0: The third generation of social-networking technology has hit the Web, and it’s about content as much as contacts.
Wade Roush.

Online social networking: A look at the tip of the Web 2.0 iceberg, and at educational applications both proposed and in practice.
Graeme Daniel.

Social computing
: How networks erode institutional power, and what to do about it.
Forrester Research.

Optimizing classroom blogs for search engine exposure
: Increasingly, blogs are a key component in the educator’s tool suite.
Dan Karleen

A nomad’s guide to learning and social software: While social software can connect learners to new resources and to each other in new ways, Ulises Mejias argues that its true potential lies in helping us figure out how to integrate our online and offline social experiences.
Ulises Mejias.

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