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Thursday, August 13, 2015

How Would You Like Your Updates?

The question that I am asked more than any other after a workshop or keynote is, "how can I keep up with everything?" Along the same lines, I'm also asked about how I keep with new ed tech information.

To answer those questions I have a few suggestions.
1. If you prefer to receive periodic updates, you might like my weekly PracticalEdTech.com newsletter email in which I share one tip and a list of the most popular FreeTech4Teachers.com posts of the week.

2. If you're the type of person who prefers to go to the information rather than have it come to you, I recommend subscribing to a few blogs through Feedly. You can find a short video tutorial on Feedly here.

3. If you like a more social flavor to discovering new ed tech information, jump on Twitter. I offer this list of people to follow on Twitter.

4. For the person who prefers Facebook or Pinterest, I share most of my posts there too. My Facebook page is Facebook.com/FreeTech4Teachers and my primary Pinterest board can be found here.

Finally, if you're just generally curious about the rest of my life, I am on Instagram and Strava but unless you like dogs, bikes, fishing, or slow runners you'll get bored following me on those services.