There just is not enough time in the day sometimes! I have discovered another tool I think will be really useful:
The website which explains how it can be integrated into Moodle is worth visiting.
I learnt about from another blog - it has been inactive for a while which is a shame because he has had some good stuff.
The fact that it is open source is great because there is so much great stuff available and not having to pay for it is a huge bonus when you are in education, anyone will tell you about the lack of funding (except our current education minister Chris Carter). Open source to me means that I can just get on and test it, use it and have my students benefit from it rather than jump through the financial hoops I would otherwise face - and probably give up because accessing funding is a huge drain not just on my time but also my energy which is better spent on my students and their learning.
I have spent a fair bit of time surfing the net these holidays and here is another few blogs worth visiting:
There is Derek who works for Core-Ed in Christchurch
I also stumbled on Rochelle Jensen's who is an elearning advisor in the Waikato. Reading through her blog - I found her del.icio.us bookmarks. The bookmark "tripod" caught my eve being a Chemistry teacher and this is what it took me to......