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Apparently, during one of my forays of technology websites, I discovered iLearn Technology .
I must have enjoyed it because I became a subscriber. However, until yesterday, when I was supposed to be cleaning out the desk in the hallway, I rarely opened the email notifications I received from the site. Well, before I tackled the desk, I decided to get rid of all the work email that had piled up. As procrastinators do, I began opening the email instead of deleting it, and I was glad I did. ilearn Technology is wonderful! This site is a wonderful resource for technology nuts such as myself. I ended up in the archives because I was opening older emails, but it allowed me to find new sites I had not been privy to. Every time I opened the site, the Featured Post had changed, offering me another site to check out, and another addition to my Delicious links. I really got stuck on the 31 of My Favorite Digital Storytelling Sites page. Yes, 31! I was familiar with a few of them, but not all. My mind raced with how I could apply these sites in my classroom, Piclits, Smilebox, and the other 29 sites that were listed. Even now, as I type this, the Featured Post is a distraction. 🙂 You can’t go wrong with this site, you can be overwhelmed, but like they say, just try one new thing. They have a search engine, and they offer applications for education for each suggested site. I also love the fact that the authors thank contributors from their PLN for some of the sites they listed. I never did clean out that desk yesterday, so I’m going to stay away from ilearn Technology today, at least until that desk is clean!