Well, they're new to me, anyway. Why not tag them for summer reading on del.icio.us to get some ideas for next year?
This online publication from the United States Department of Education’s International Education Initiative. was designed to “help teachers use the Internet to reach out globally”. The guide includes chapters on cross-cultural interaction, guides for specific subject areas such as mathematics, science, and social studies, and tips on planning and executing projects.
International Journal of Education and Development Using Information and Communication Technology (IJEDICT)
The IJEDICT is an free electronic journal that publishes articles by researchers and practitioners to share best practices and to contribute to the understanding of the potential for integrating information technologies in education. Among the articles in recent issues are Computer-based testing on (a) physical chemistry topic and Exploring Turkish science education faculties’ understanding of educational technology and use. You can sign up for notification of updates by both email and RSS.