Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Stop 2 on the Tour

Today, your chance to win a copy of The Best of L&L is at the Blue Skunk blog. Doug Johnson is the host, and all you have to do to enter the contest is post a comment.

Monday, September 14, 2009

The Best of L&L Is on Tour

The blog tour for The Best of Learning & Leading with Technology has begun.

The first stop is at Free Technology for Teachers, where you can share your best technology integration tips for a chance to win a copy of the book.

Also, in preparation for next Saturday's tour stop at Edfoc.us, share your topic ideas that relate to Doug Johnson's article, "A Proposal for Banning Pencils."

Check back later to see where the tour is headed next.

Friday, July 17, 2009

Want to Host a Giveaway?

I've convinced ISTE to give away 14 copies of The Best of Learning & Leading with Technology in September as part of a back to school blog tour.

I'm looking for blogs who would like to host a giveaway in the middle of September. You can handle it however you like--if you host a lot of giveaways, you probably have a good system set up. I can answer your questions, write up a guest blog post, visit and answer reader comments, or some combination of these methods.

Email me at jennifer@jennifer-roland.com with your blog URL, a description of your audience, and the type of blog post you would like to host.

Monday, July 13, 2009

Reader Feedback

Now that the book is out, I'm eager to hear what you think of it. Did I miss one of your favorite articles? Did I include one that you wouldn't have thought of? Are you happy with the collection?

You can share your feedback here in the comments section or by posting a review at Amazon.

Thursday, July 9, 2009

ISTE Author Podcast

I just recorded my podcast talking about The Best of L&L. I'm not sure when it will be live, but I will post a link when it is up on the ISTE site.

Until then, listen to some of the other ISTE author podcasts.

Wednesday, July 1, 2009

The Best of L&L Is Out

The book released at NECC, so it is available for order. You can check out the table of contents and read an excerpt on the ISTE website.

I'm excited to hear what you think of the collection now that it is all together.

Friday, March 6, 2009