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  1. June 17, 2010

    I just finished reading Reach. Thank you for sharing it with the members of your PLN. As I read your book, I took time to reflect on my own journey to building my PLN. What you covered in the book took me several years to learn through attending various conferences (mainly NECC, now ISTE and LaCUE). Now people who are just starting out can use your book as a training manual of sorts.

    Although I obtained my copy free (thank you), I’m going to buy my first copy to give to my student teacher. The second copy I will buy will be added to the professional development shelf at my school.

    Thank you for your continued sharing and for being a part of my PLN.

  2. June 17, 2010

    Just finished reading and bookmarking your book. Thank you for putting that together. I put a note up on my FB saying that my (local) PLN should read it so hopefully that will send more folks your way. As Paula said in the previous comment, I intend to buy another copy and give it to our newest math teacher at our school (and did student teaching with me). Again, Great JOB!

  3. June 20, 2010

    Jeff I downloaded your book last night and began reading it. I finished it today. I could have finished it sooner but I tried many of the tutorials in the book. There’s a treasure-trove of practical information in this volume. Thanks for making it available to us.

  4. September 20, 2010

    A must read for any educator. Two thumbs up.
    We hope to offer a book discussion on this book.

  5. November 2, 2010

    Hi Jeff,

    I came away inspired by the EARCOS session today. I tried to download your book but I must have the password wrong…..or I really do have serious user failure with my iCT skills. How can I check the password and try again?
    Much appreciated.

  6. January 19, 2011

    Thanks for the two free chapters. Let me know if you would like me to review your book for my blog. I get about 1,000 hits a day and do my best to help sell important books. I had a 30 year career as a public school administrator until I gave up my principal job in 2006 to care for my wife who had ALS. After she died last year I started my blog to help busy educators engage in professional development. If you are interested, my address is 427 River Terrace, Apt D1, Endicott, NY 13760. To check the quality of my work go to DrDougGreen.Com. My book reviews are mostly provided and approved by the authors.

  7. Drew Buddie permalink
    April 18, 2011

    Just reacquaining myself with your excellent book. The way you have written this book makes it accessible to non-experts, easily quotable and a superb reference tome for showing my teacher colleagues the benefits that Web 2.0 tools can bring to their daily lives. Thanks for writing it.

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  9. March 25, 2015

    I couldn’t refrain from commenting. Very wekl written!

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