I’ve just recently tapped into the “Web and Education” discussion group at Yahoo Groups and at first blush it looks like a pretty robust discussion about many of the technologies I’m interested in. I’m wondering why it took me so long to find it. (Maybe a case of blog blinders?)

Anyway, the good news is it has an RSS feed, now duly added to my Bloglines account (and I was trying to cut down…), and it seems to have a weekly preview of all the amazing professional development an educator could get at Tapped In. This week?

This week’s Tapped In schedule starts off on Sunday with the Webheads in
Action TESOL/ESL/EFL/ELL community discussion for language teachers.
Blogstreams Salon, which focuses on blogging, will meet in the
Blogstreams Salon group room.

Monday’s grrrrreat events include Grreat Grants and Patrick Flaherty’s
Class Notes Online. Tuesday is busy with E-Portfolios with Joseph
Ugoretz; David Weksler’s Math and Technology with guest Jonathan
Middleton will explore Music Algorithms; and Bill Hilton Jr. leads us on
an exciting learning experience during Nuts About Nature. Wednesday let
Lesley Farmer share Technology for Reluctant Readers and Learners (a
must for all Special Ed teachers) during Targeting Librarians!, and
Donna Hendry will show you Language Arts Resources. Thursday, Linda
Ullah will guide us on a Project Based Learning journey through Projects
That Make a Difference in the World and BJ Berquist opens the
Alt/Correctional Ed Forum to a discussion on how to survive the upcoming
stressful holiday season.

Included in the events scheduled for Saturday is Jeff Cooper’s
Collaboration Central and a discussion for Religious Educators led by
John Greenamyre (if you’re unable to participate in the Saturday
session, John holds office hours for Religious Educators from Monday
though Saturday from 12 noon to 1pm ET).

Mercy. Too much good stuff.