Top Ten Tools for Learning 2011

Experiencing eLearning

Google Reader is still my main tool for personal learning. Google Search has never been on my list before, but it really should have been. Google is one of the first places I go when I need to learn something specific. I use Google Scholar search, blog search, or other advanced options as needed. LinkedIn is increasingly a place I find useful conversations and resources, especially in the groups.

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2016 Top Tools for Learning

Performance Learning Productivity

Google Search: ‘Professor’ Google is still the person I call on whenever I need a quick answer to a question or problem. Google search will no doubt play a role in raising that to a new level. Google Scholar: Scholar opens a rich world of academic work at the click of a button.

Trending Sources

How humor helps + Powtoon review

Making Change

I poked around Google Scholar and found studies that seem to agree that (relevant!) This could be especially helpful in corporate elearning, where the “presenter” is often faceless and personality-free. I recently created a funny (I hope!)

100 eLearning Articles and White Papers

Tony Karrer

The Ultimate Student Resource List - Lifehack.org 42. Instructional design - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia 43. 10 Universities Offering Free Writing Courses Online -- Education-Portal.com 52. Innovate: Collecting, Organizing, and Managing Resources for Teaching Educational Games the Wiki Way 66. How to take a course at MIT free -- at home 77. The Top Web-Based Education Resources 81. My collection of eLearning Articles, White Papers, Blog Posts, etc.