Learn how to build your Professional Learning Network (PLN) so you can have on-going professional development (PD)

Are you a member of AASL? If so, try this new resource called AASL eCOLLAB. If you are not a member, you can access this site on a fee basis.
Join the discussion among librarians on the Teacher Librarian Ning. Anyone can join.
Edweb.net is a professional social and [[#|learning network]] for the education community.
On Edweb: Emerging Tech for Your School Library Program and LMC @ The Forefront: A Collaborative Community for Library/Media Professional.
Connect to other librarians through library 2.0: the future of libraries inthe digital age.
K12OnlineConference is free online PD open to anyone organized by educators for educators interested in integrating emerging technologies into classroom practice.
The TLVirtual Cafe is for librarians wanting to network with other librarians about edtech and to create classroom collaborations.
Attend the SLJ free webinar series, Be The Change. Offered live April 25, May 16 and June 4 2013 and available in archive after those dates.

Check out this LiveBinder from librarian, Jennifer LaGarde, lead librarian for New Hanover Schools in North Carolina.
She created a one-stop shop for you to begin developing your Professional Learning Network (PLN).
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Click on the bird below to search Twitter:

Follow these librarians on Twitter:

Check out this list for more librarians on twitter
List of librarians on Twitter4teachers wiki
Matt Anderson's blog post with list of 125 librarians to follow on Twitter

Follow these organizations:
ISTE @sigms

Follow these vendors:
most publishers have twitter feeds

Follow these hashtags on twitter:
Find more hashtags from CybraryMan
Calendar listing all educational chats and days of times that these chats are scheduled.
100 Helpful Blogs for School Librarians (and Teachers) from Edudemic
Find a list of librarian blogs from CybraryMan.
The 25 best library blogs nominated for the 2012 Edublog Awards.
The 100 best blogs for school librarians from Onlinecollege.org.