Below are some great guides to help you with your Ed Tech resource mining. These guides are from Microsoft and are all geared towards giving you a hand in implementing technology in your classroom.
1- Windows Live Movie Maker in The Classroom
"Learn how to use Windows Live Movie Maker to turn your photos and video clips into great-looking movies and slide shows for teaching."
2- Free Tools in The Classroom
"Free tools from Microsoft. Engage your students, energize a lesson plan, and save time using free tools for photos, videos, collaboration, and education"
3- Digital Storytelling in The Classroom
"When students create a movie or interactive slide show to tell their story, learning becomes personal."
4- Microsoft Office in The Classroom
"Improve collaboration and increase productivity with Microsoft PowerPoint, Word, and OneNote."
5- Microsoft Web Apps
"Get helpful teaching tips on how to use Office Web Apps to access and share your documents."
6- Microsoft OneNote in The Classroom
"Microsoft OneNote 2010 gives teachers the ideal place to store their myriad resources and materials in a single, easy-to-organize location"
7- Windows 7 in The Classroom
"Download an e-book, watch videos, and learn to use Windows Live Movie Maker to make learning more personal with pictures and movies in your classroom."
8- Bing: Internet in The Classroom
"Bing is the decision engine that helps teachers and students quickly use Internet in the classroom to find what they need in a visual and organized way."
9- Microsoft Mathemathics 4.0 In The Classroom
"From basic math to pre-calculus, Microsoft Mathematics 4.0 helps you visualize mathematical concepts."
10- Accessibility in The Classroom
"Technology can help make your education environment more accessible to those with special needs."