Here are some ways I have used technology with my students, the majority aged about 11-14:
I have had them meet on and explore parts of vroma.org, the virtual Rome MOO.
I have used quia.com to set up class pages, record Latin for students to listen to, post up images, write quizzes and games, search for other people's materials there. I have had my students create their own web pages with Dreamweaver.
I have used SKYPE (free on line telephone software) to run an on-line Latin class with one student on a different continent.
I have used makebeliefscomix.com to have my students create simple Latin cartoons.
In Greek, I have used the on-line Woodhouse English-Latin dictionary at
and I have used this site (set up by John Piazza) to read Greek text with a friend on line:
I subscribe to the Oerberg list and to Latinteach, an email list for teachers of Latin, very helpful.
I use Cambridge Latin and Minimus webpages with my students.
I use Perseus and The Latin Library frequently.