“I want to thank you again for such a wonderful in-service. Our teachers have been raving, and they’re very excited to master the tools that you showed us. Several of them have told me that it was the best in-service we’ve ever had! I wish we could get you into every school in the country. Can you fit that into your schedule?”
–Debbie Laughlin, Erie, OH, April 2008

Welcome to Weblogg-ed, maintained by me, Will Richardson, “Learner in Chief” at Connective Learning and the author of  Blogs, Wikis, Podcasts and Other Powerful Web Tools for Classrooms now in its 2nd Edition, published by Corwin Press. This site is dedicated to discussions and reflections on the use of Weblogs, wikis, RSS, audiocasts and other Read/Write Web related technologies in the K-12 realm, technologies that are transforming classrooms around the world.

I welcome opportunities to do presentations on these technologies and to teach and train educators how to use them effectively in the classroom. Please see the list of keynote, conference and workshop descriptions that I can deliver to your group or school, and let me know how I might cater to your unique needs. Please contact me via e-mail at will at weblogg-ed dot com if you are interested.

Aside from all that, as of April 2007, I’m a national advisory board member for the George Lucas Education Foundation, I write a quarterly column called “Web 2.0” for District Administration magazine, and I’m a regular contributor to journals such as Educational Leadership, Edutopia, English Journal and others.

Thanks for stopping by, and I sincerely hope you find your time here worthwhile. (Let me know if you don’t!)

Full Disclosures:

Business ties:

I am the sole operator of Connective Learning, LLC (est. January 1, 2006) through which I contract paid appearances to speak, conduct workshops, or consult with individuals, schools and districts.

My site is hosted free of charge at edublogs.org in exchange for the “Free Blogs for Teachers” link in the right hand column.

As of January 1, 2007, I am a paid columnist for District Administration magazine on all things Web 2.0 related to education.

As of October 1, 2007 I am a minority partner with Sheryl Nussbaum-Beach in Powerful Learning Practice, LLC, (est. September 1, 2007) a business through which we plan and deliver sustained, job-embedded professional development to schools both nationally and internationally around Read/Write Web technologies and concepts.

Currently, I do not represent any other business entity in terms of compensated sales or promotions. If that should change, it will be noted here.