2015 Top Tools for Learning

Performance Learning Productivity

My list of top tools for learning in 2015 : Google Search : ‘Professor Google’ is he is known in my house. However, Google has provided a public searchable store of enormous magnitude – larger than anything seen before in humankind history – and is without doubt the most used learning tool by many, if not all, of us. We can barely imagine life without Google Search. Google Scholar: When I’m researching something, Google Scholar is the first port-of-call.

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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. Google Docs is where I keep track of my time spent on projects, create quick drafts, and other tasks.

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Sharpest tools in the box

Learning with e's

Each programme features an interview with a celebrity, who is invited to bring a list of their 8 favourite music tracks and during the show they talk about why they chose them, thereby giving their listening audience an insight into their lives. 7) Google.

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Top 100 Tools for Learning in 2014

OpenSesame

Google Scholar - Google takes on the likes of EbscoHost and LexisNexis. Google Helpouts - Get one-on-one appointments with experts for help on everything from cooking a turkey for the holidays, to how to shop for footwear.

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Keeping Up - April's Big Question

eLearning Cyclops

I also like to make occasional visits to Google Labs and Adobe Labs to "keep up" with the tech tools they are working on and to test drive any beta versions available. When I do find interesting tools I will keep track of them using my Delicious account. Cloud Blogging Social Media Twitter Google e-Learning Cloud ComputingApril's Big Question from Learning Circuits is "How to Keep up?" This is in reference the immense and rapidly expanding technology tools.

eLearning Topics

Tony Karrer

And now, because of eLearning Learning , I have a much better way to track these things over a much more interesting content sets. When you look at the keywords on the left you see things like: Social Learning (356) Social Media (411) Twitter (725) Google Wave (22) Camtasia (76) Adobe Captivate (71) Social Network (460) Now, the content set in this case are highly skewed towards innovators as compared to the topic sets being used by my past analysis (training conferences).