One of the overwhelming things about integrating technology is the sheer number of options available. Fortunately, there are articles like this one from edSurge which compiles a list of teacher’s favorite Web 2.0 tools. A friend of mine maintains a very useful list of online tools, to which I regularly refer. The nice thing about this particular list is that the sites are organized by their primary function (i.e. digital storytelling, QR codes, etc.) and all the sites are fully vetted by an experienced user. And here is one more – 13 Free Web Tools Students and Teachers Should Know About, from the MindShift blog. Accessing resources such as these definitely helps narrow down the options not only makes things a bit more manageable, but serves as a reminder that there are thousands of other teachers out there who are all in the same boat as you (and trying to make it float).