Share all of your professional social media contact info and links. How do you engage in social media for professional learning?
Twitter: I rely on Twitter a lot in making connections with other school librarians and edtech thinkers as well as for networking with colleagues through scheduled Twitter chats or event backchanneling.
Pinterest: I use Pinterest as a method of curating ideas for applications, lessons, instructional resources, and display ideas.
Tumblr: I have all my wheels and channels posting to Tumblr, but never really as a primary network. I'm intrigued by the community of "Tumblarians" out there and would likely fall into the "Tumblarianwannabe" category. I check that feed occasionally, but don't rely upon it as a primary method of gleaning the best information out there.
Feedly is my RSS/blog reading tool of choice. I remain embittered that Google killed Reader. It was by far the most simplistic and useful out there.
Diigo: This is my social bookmarking tool, and what I'd really love is for Diigo and Feedly to get married so that every time I click "Save for Later" in Feedly, it is auto-bookmarked into my Diigo collection. That would make my life SO MUCH EASIER. What I like about Diigo is that when I go here to find a resource, I know that it has already been evaluated and found useful by someone else pretty close to my position.
Goodreads: I track most of my books read on this readers' networking tool and also connect with other readers to book suggestions and reviews. The ISBN scanning feature is a huge timesaver when I actually have three seconds to browse in a library or bookstore...all I have to do is scan the barcode and add it to my "to-read" list. Very helpful for keeping track of everything you want to read. I also love the special interest groups for school librarians...much of the cutting edge info on authors and new books can be found first on Goodreads!