When I was a boy, my Dad shared with me the ethic of “Follow Me.” He had been a paratrooper instructor at Ft. Benning, Georgia, and made his 99 jumps. Twitter and others who encourage one to “follow me” are tapping into a long tradition of service by the military, who bore the patch shown left on their shoulder. It’s an ideal to strive for, and if possible, live by.

Yesterday, I was showing online learning teachers three of the powerful tools they could use to get started with building a professional learning network:

  1. Google Reader
  2. Diigo.com
  3. Twitter.com

It bothered me that I hadn’t planned ahead to have set up some easy ways for them to “subscribe” to multiple Google Reader feeds at once, as I described in this Collating Multiple RSS feeds blog entry on Creating Google Reader Bundles. Today, I intend to remedy that.

Here are two quick ways to get folks started with following knowledgeable folks about Moodle:

  1. Login in to your Twitter account on the Web as well as Google Reader before clicking the links below.
  2. Subscribe to Moodle related blogs using this link: Subscribe
  3. Follow Moodle Twits. lso, if you are signed in to Twitter, you can quickly sign up to follow for 100+ Moodle Mayhem members! Follow Moodle Mayhem members’ twitters by clicking the link below:
    FOLLOW Moodlers on Twitter

When you click on the link above, it will start the process.

Feel free to share and make suggestions about other blogs/twitterers that need to be followed.

The question is, how to do this with Plurk?

For fun, here’s the link to subscribe to all the edtech blogs I subscribe to (not including the Moodle ones which you can get above)

Subscribe to Around the Corner-MGuhlin.org

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