Here are some useful resources from the ASTE conference (http://www.aste.org/): The Alaska Society for Technology in Education (ASTE) is a professional organization whose mission is to promote access to technology, connectivity to information resources, and technology integration for all Alaskan learners.
Disrupting the Institution special interest group page includes great resources for ePortfolios, copyright, QR codes, augmented reality, and more: https://sites.google.com/site/disruptingtheinstitution/beyond-portability-the-shift-toward-mobile-learnin (see all sections listed down the left side)
UAF’s Center for Distance Education just released a great new resource for teaching online and growing your technology skills. It is still under construction but looks very promising: http://iteachu.community.uaf.edu/grow-skills/
Google Sites (and other great Google resources from Mister Sill): https://sites.google.com/site/mistersill/google-goodness/sites Since our students have access to Google Apps for Education we should be using these great tools.
Mobile learning isn’t just elearning on a mobile device: http://floatlearning.com/2010/04/mlearning-is-not-elearning-on-a-mobile-device/