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The Best of Breed Learning Tools 2014

Jane Hart

As readers of this blog will know, I released the Top 100 Tools for Learning 2014 list on Monday 22 September – a list that I compiled from the votes of over 1,000 learning professionals worldwide. But I am constantly being asked questions like “What is the best blogging tool?”

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The Business Value of Web 2.0 Learning Tools

eLearning Weekly

tools, including a brief description of their business value. I appreciate that Jay is able to succinctly articulate their business value, especially because many people still don’t take these tools seriously. Jay Cross cracks me up (in a good way). When he’s not sharing gorgeous travel photos (including pictures of some of the most unique food you’ll ever see), he comes up with gems related to informal learning and educational technology.

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Blogging in a Walled Garden

Experiencing eLearning

One of the features of Sakai that our team was looking for in a new LMS is a blogging tool. I admit some significant improvements in usability are possible in this tool. However, it does give us the option of blogging within the system. Previously, we’ve used tools like Wikispaces and Edublogs, but we’ve had a number of requests for internal tools that don’t require a separate login and location. Blog Conversations.

2015 top 10 tools for learning

Clark Quinn

Jane Hart has been widely and wisely known for her top 100 Tools for Learning (you too can register your vote ). As a public service announcement, I list my top 10 tools for learning as well: Google search: I regularly look up things I hear of and don’t know. WordPress: my blogging tool, that provides regular reflection opportunities for me in generating them, and from the feedback others provide via comments.

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5 Best Educational Website Builders and Platforms in 2019

Your Training Edge

Educational websites and blogs are great enablers for students as they can find information about the syllabus, extra reference articles, coursework and even live tutorial videos and lectures. The drag and drop editor includes all the necessary web-building features, a collection of attractive templates optimized for mobile devices, blogging tools and even the freedom to customize the HTML source codes and CSS stylesheets.

Top 100 Tools For Learning 2010 – C4LPT Survey

Upside Learning

The final list of top 100 tools for learning for 2010 is now out on Jane Hart’s website. I understand this list is more inclined towards tools that learning professionals use for their own learning as opposed to those used for creating learning programs or training sessions. I see great gains made by some of the tools while I have not even experienced them as yet. A quick look at the top 10: Twitter – micro-updating tool. YouTube – video hosting and sharing tool.

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Top 10 Tools for Learning 2016

Clark Quinn

Top 100 Tools for Learning poll. All of mine fall in the latter category, because my performance support tools are productivity tools! So here’re my votes, FWIW: Google Search is, of course, still my top tool. Skype is a tool I use for communicating with folks to get things done, but also to have conversations (e.g. Word is my go-to writing tool, and while I use Pages at times too (e.g. Keynote is my presentation creating tool.

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1,000+ Learning & Performance Tools

Jane Hart

Looking for some new ideas for tools to support your work? Here are the links to the pages in my Directory of Learning & Performance Tools , which lists over 1,000 tools in 4 main categories as shown below. Want to add or amend a tool’s details? What are your favourite tools for learning? Voting is now open in this year’s Top Tools for Learning survey. INSTRUCTIONAL TOOLS. E-Learning Authoring Tools. CONTENT TOOLS.

Top 10 Tools for @C4LPT 2017

Clark Quinn

Jane Hart is running her annual Top 100 Tools for Learning poll (you can vote too), and here’s my contribution for this year. These are my personal learning tools, and are ordered according to Harold Jarche’s Seek-Sense-Share models, as ways to find answers, to process them, and to share for feedback: Google Search is my go-to tool when I come across something I haven’t heard of. Slack is another tool I use with some groups to stay in touch.

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My Top 10 Tools for Learning

Take an e-Learning Break

Blogger - My blogging tool of choice. Microsoft PowerPoint: Create storyboards. Tried many; this still works the best for SME reviews Proof HQ: Rocks for storyboard review and edits. Easy for team collaboration. BaseCamp HQ: Project management - ties back to Proof HQ. Dim-Dim - For web meetings and webinars. Adobe elearning Suite - The whole ball of wax for course development - plus extra add-ons like CourseBuilder. Captivate for simulations.

Thought trails

Clark Quinn

While implicitly it could support tracking a group’s progress, separate thoughts as recorded through blogs and tweets aren’t a natural feature. Yes, there’s integration with wikis and blogging tools, but it’s not quite the same. They can do for external thought leaders by reading their blog and following their tweets. I’ve riffed before about virtual mentorship , and it resonated again today.

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My Top 10 Tools for Learning 2011

Jane Hart

This is the 5th year I have been building a Top 100 Tools for Learning list (based on the Top 10 Tools contributions of learning professionals worldwide), so I thought it would be interesting to compare my choices in the first year I ran the activity in 2007, with my choices today. 1 – In 2007 I selected Bloglines , as my RSS reader – and said it was “probably the most indispensable tool for my work&#. So what are your Top 10 Tools for Learning?

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RSC Moodle Roundtable

Moodle Journal

For my own part in the day I brought along the work that I had been conducting on eLearning, much publicised on this blog, but I did take the opportunity to promote Wimba Create, which I think went down very positively. MS Word template for making Moodle quizzes The description of the tool makes it sound very interestingthough I must admit to not having tried it out yet. If you have used the tool, please feel free to comment A blogging tool new to me anyway was Posterous.

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Brandon Hall Network - Nicely Done?

Tony Karrer

Part of my reservation is that it is yet another social networking tool and a blogging tool. I just saw a post by Mark Oehlert - The Brandon Hall Network - nicely done who said: The functionality set looks good. The UI is pretty good - I find the initial color set to be a bit jarring but they do make the CSS available to you which will allow folks to really customize their profile page. So congrats on a nicely designed, functional network!

Backchannels – what’s all the fuss, anyway?

Integrated Learnings

While there, I engaged in a practice I had never before used known as a backchannel, via the well known micro blogging tool Twitter. It is different from a traditional blog in that it is exactly what the title infers – micro. There are a lot of tools that can be used for a backchannel, but one of the most popular is Twitter. Other online tools are available in the marketplace; however, I will refer to using a backchannel in Twitter throughout this post.

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Wordcamp 2010

Jay Cross

They see it as a platform, not a mere blogging tool. Tags: Blogging Community Conference hosts should take a lesson or two from Matt Mullenweg. Today’s Wordcamp San Francisco was simply great. Great line-up of speakers. Glorious weather. Some participants were so enthusiastic as to call for revolution and world domination by Wordpress. Most participants were making money from designing or installing Wordpress sites.). Admission was $50.

Daily Bookmarks 06/19/2008

Experiencing eLearning

Principles for assessing online discussions and other conversations (blogs, chat, etc.) Tool for liveblogging that is actually live–it works like typing an instant message. tags: web2.0 , blog , tools. The Bamboo Project Blog: Using Del.icio.us ZaidLearn: University Learning = OCW + OER = FREE! Huge directory of links to free educational resources–open courseware, open educational resources, and general resources. Mostly higher ed.

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Learning Organizations, eLearning 2.0 and Edupunk

Clark Quinn

Janet Clarey wrote an interesting blog post in response to the relatively recent edupunk meme which is basically an ideology that DIY learning and repurposing content is the way to go (and somewhat the ONLY way to go). type tools in Learning Management Systems against the philosophy that corporate and commercial is evil of the edupunkers. Do you show them the internal blogging tool only?

Finding New Stuff Online

Web Tools for Learners

I subscribe to and receive in my email Doug Belshaw's blog – [link] – where he describes work he's doing for his Ed.D. I blog on Posterous – [link] – because it's the easiest blog tool I've found, and I subscribe to a number of people whom I find helpful there. I have set it up so I receive a collection of their blog posts in my email too.

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Ad-hoc Social Learning Environment - How a Blog Drives Learning

Vikas Joshi on Interactive Learning

We decided to set up an ad-hoc social learning environment mostly using freely available tools. We decided to outline our curriculum in a skeletal form using a blog, and then set social interactions in the curriculum context. Blog is the watering hole A learning blog is so much a happening place! The blog has a personal touch, it is easy to follow, its updates are delivered to participant's RSS reader instantaneously. We used Blogger, the Google blogging tool.

Learning Organizations, eLearning 2.0 and Edupunk

Tony Karrer

Janet Clarey wrote an interesting blog post in response to the relatively recent edupunk meme which is basically an ideology that DIY learning and repurposing content is the way to go (and somewhat the ONLY way to go). type tools in Learning Management Systems against the philosophy that corporate and commercial is evil of the edupunkers. Do you show them the internal blogging tool only?

20 tools for legacy learning

Learning with 'e's

Here are five ways we can give our knowledge to generations of learners we will never meet: 1) Blogging. Blogs such as the one you are now reading have been set up to share knowledge, and also to encourage discussion. The more teachers share their ideas and interact on public spaces such as blogs, the more that dialogue and emergent thinking can be preserved for future generations to learn from and enjoy. Tools to look out for: YouTube , Vimeo , SchoolTube , Daily Motion.

Keeping Up - April's Big Question

eLearning Cyclops

This is in reference the immense and rapidly expanding technology tools. It is tough to stay on top of all the emerging tools. For me it is a blog community and following many experts on Twitter. Not only am I often made aware of new tools, but also get opinions, tips, and examples of their use. You can never keep up with it all, but access to many experts who are also finding and sharing the lastest tech tools make it much less daunting.

Are you a Tech-Savvy Teacher?

E-Learning Acupuncture

I also routinely use it to obtain Creative Commons licenced graphics for use on this blog and in my powerpoint slides. So my Top 4 favourites that are NOT on this Top 100 list are: Blogger : I've been writing this blog, eLearning Acupuncture , using Blogger since 2004. It's a great blogging tool that's easy to use and stable. Delicious : It organizes all your Internet bookmarks (you can check mine out here ) and it serves as a sharing tool for information on the web.

How to Measure Social Learning

CLO Magazine

” Telus does keep detailed track of its social learning participation — in 2011, for instance, 16,600 of its employees joined its Buzz micro-blogging tool. In 2009, Telus’ wikis and blogs garnered 23,000 pageviews from employees; in 2011, that number grew to 308,676. Make sure that a certain social learning tool has been in place for at least six months, maybe even a year, before measurement.

I think, therefore I blog

Learning with 'e's

In a recent blog post, I gave seven reasons why teachers should blog. It was subsequently expanded to 10 good reasons by the contributions from readers - which is actually an eleventh reason why teachers should blog - you get back such great comments, suggestions, arguments and advice, it would be crazy not to share your content. I followed that post up with another highlighting some of the reasons teachers don't blog. Evernote is a great tool for that purpose.

Sharpest tools in the box

Learning with 'e's

If I were to ask you what are the sharpest tools in your box, what would you say? Here are my 8 essential tools: 1) Twitter, because as I recently said in a YouTube video , it is immediate, social and personal. I have an old, faithful laptop called Keith, which is now sadly in retirement, but still used occasionally to write a blog post. 4) Blogger, my blogging tool which hosts this blog and several more I run. So those are my top 8 tools.

100+ Free E-Learning Tools for Employee Training and Personal Learning

Janet Clarey

Jane Hart and I collaborated on a new report, 100+ Free E-Learning Tools for Employee Training and Personal Learning , and have just now released it. She is also the author of Jane’s E-Learning Pick of the Day , a blog where she posts a daily item of e-learning interest. For this report, Jane handpicked tools just for employee training and personal learning from her extensive repository. After settling on the right tools, they were categorized. Blogging Tools.

LCB's Big Question - Should All Learning Professionals be Blogging?

Tony Karrer

Over on LCB , The Big Question for October has been posted: Should All Learning Professionals be Blogging? Corporate eLearning Professionals are Blogging More More corporate eLearning professionals are taking up blogging. A couple recent interesting blogs as examples are: In the Middle of the Curve - Good example post that I cite later: Fear of Blogging. And as you gain experience with blogs, you can start to gain experience with other Personal Learning Tools.

Blogs and RSS as Learning Tools

eLearning Weekly

Many of us techies have been using RSS for years, and you may even run your own blog. Blogs can also be a fantastic way to record your progress on projects, take notes, share findings, etc. What are some of the obstacles we face in using blogs and RSS readers at our organizations? First, blogs and RSS don’t get much respect in the enterprise. Second, users are either hesitant or scared to use new tools like an RSS reader. Also see: Blogs in Plain English.

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PLE - PWLE Discussion Contiunes - Corporate vs Personal and IP Rights

Tony Karrer

Tools provide by the enterprise that will sometimes reach outside the enterprise to give public visibility. The enterprise provides tools to employees that they can use as part of the PWLE. I could understand an argument that it would be preferable for individuals to be able to use the same tools outside the corporation for personal interests - but I don't see his argument that it is no longer a PLE or PWLE. In PLEs are power tools Tom tells us.

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If You're Learning by Blogging You Must be BLEARNING!

Corporate eLearning Strategies and Development

This week is about blogging. I just think its time to take a look at blogging again since I, and others from what I hear, seem to be neglecting blogs, feed readers, etc, in favor of microblogging. I'm actually writing this blog post from Amplify.com which is an interesting hybrid tool. As @simbeckhampson puts it, "it sits nicely in the middle of all the other social media tools". Let's start with the basics: What is blogging?

My top ten tools

Clive on Learning

Jane Hart asked me to come up with a list of my top ten tools. I'm going to include IE7 under this heading, which is probably the tool I use the most after Outlook – the improvements such as tabbed browsing mean that it has caught up with Firefox (sounds like some form of heresy). Blogger: I didn't choose my blogging tool, I just took the easy option and used the one that Google provided. Captivate: This is the other tool I use, for software screen captures.