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Thursday, August 20, 2009

Top 10 Tools for Learning


For the last three years, Jane Hart with the Centre for Learning and Performance Technologies (UK) has been soliciting suggestions for her list of 100 top 10 tools for learning. With so many new and amazing ways to find and share knowledge out there today, narrowing to 10 is a tough task. Between March and November, 2009, she has invited learning professionals to contribute their top 10 tools for learning to help compile the top 100 list for 2009. Check out the current voting or contribute your own list.

The Top 10 Tools for 2008 were:

  1. Delicious (Social bookmarking tool)
  2. Firefox (Web browser)
  3. Google Reader (RSS / Feed reader)
  4. Skype (Instant messaging, VoIP tool)
  5. Wordpress (Blogging tool)
  6. Google Search (Web-based search tool)
  7. Google Docs (Web-based documents)
  8. PowerPoint (Presentation software)
  9. Moodle (Free Course management system)
  10. Blogger (Blogging tool)

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