You may be surprised! This article from Time suggests that there may be advantages to the “old technology”, that is, books. Quoting Kate Garland, University of Leicester, the author concludes that people reading on paper get to “know” the content more quickly.
A Day Made of Glass – 2 takes us through scenarios with touch screen devices, technologies available now, and those in research.
In his wiki Educational Origami, Andrew Churches, Curriculum IT Coordinator at an Auckland School, outlines Blooms taxonomy and explains what Web 2.0 online tools fit the Blooms levels of thinking skills.
For example, for the creating level of Blooms, there is a list of tools for video production, image manipulation, project management, game creators, podcasting and more, as well as start sheets.
The site is a little messy, but worth browsing for digital resources aligned to pedagogy. http://edorigami.wikispaces.com/Bloom%27s+and+ICT+tools