Feedly, Diigo, Widgets, RRS…..

No I am not learning another language – just Week 3 in EST430.  To someone who has just mastered powerpoint, the creation of a blog, an account with Edmodo, setting up a Feedly account as well as joining Diigo has been anything but smooth sailing.  I feel like I have jumped off the 10 metre platform into the water below and am now slowly trying to make my way to the surface!    So what’s next, not sure.  I have lots of accounts and platforms to work with, now its just trying to understand where it all fits.  Wish we luck.


Who would have guessed that at the start of last week – I didn’t actually know what Edmodo or Edublogs or blogging were – and now here I am posting a blog all by myself……infinity and beyond for me now!!!!

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