The School Library Journal profiled members of the Classroom 2.0 community in a feature article by Steve Hargadon.
Entitled "A Little Help from Your Friends," the piece was published in the October issue and online. Here is the start of the article.

A Little Help From My Friends: Classroom 2.0 Educators Share Their Experiences

Classroom 2.0’s educator network has some “Kool Aid” to share with you

By Steve Hargadon -- School Library Journal, 10/1/2007

Blogs, wikis, podcasting, social networks… it seems the entire world has gone 2.0 crazy. Among the followers are educators, who, in ever increasing numbers, are integrating these online, interactive tools into their classrooms and yes, even libraries.
In these profiles, you’ll meet a few of these ordinary, in-the-trenches folks—just like you—who have taken the plunge, launching blogs, signing on to social networks, and stepping up to the podcast mic in order to create innovative learning opportunities that encourage collaboration as never before. [...Read more]

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Steve Hargadon is the director of the K–12 Open Technologies Initiative for the Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) and founder of the Classroom 2.0 social network

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