1st update on 10 Tools Challenge 2013

Jane Hart

3- Google Docs/Drive 87- OpenOffice. 30- Wikispaces 32- Google Sites 88- PB Works. 1- Twitter 9- Facebook 17- Google+ 23- LinkedIn. 45- SharePoint 55- Google Apps. Web browsers. 35- Google Chrome 65- Firefox and addons. 16- Google Reader. 4- Google Search 10- Wikipedia 52- Google Scholar 62- Bing. 38- Google Maps 51- SurveyMonkey 57- Google Translate. Web conferencing.

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A few of my favorite things

Web Tools for Learners

UDUTU - coolest online course development tool I’ve seen. Google Apps - application sharing for your personal or organizational use. open source web 2.0Like most people who develop and manage training for a living, especially at small to medium sized companies and non profits, I have learned to do a lot of work using free and open source software tools.

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Top 10 posts for the year

Janet Clarey

According to Google Analytics, here’s the top content for this blog in 2009. MyUdutu: One of the best kept secrets in e-learning authoring tools – My review of the web-based authoring tool MyUdutu from Udutu. Thanks, as always, for reading and for your insightful contributions. On to 2010… Multi-Generational Learning in the Workplace – Message: designing instruction based on a person’s age is not supported by research.

Top 50 Learning Systems for 2020 (Rankings #50 to #40)

eLearning 24-7

their web site). So rather than just a web link on the rankings, and seeing some web sites that tell you nothing about their system or lack of details, which doesn’t help you in any way, the FindAnLMS, platform, will provide you with a wealth of info that will help you make an informed decision, including going to their site, if you so choose. Udutu – I know a lot folks are going to be wondering, how did they get in, when so and so did not.

My Moodle Test

Xyleme

I didn’t believe it myself, so I did the following Google search: “Moodle and standards.” In fact, we use open source here for our web content management. A great one is Udutu [link] – a free online application. October 19th, 2009 at 07:31 | #1 Concerning Open Source, LMSs and SCORM: Correcting Some Common Misconceptions | E-Learning Curve Blog Learning Pulse Learning Pulse RSS feed Google Youdao Xian Guo Zhua Xia My Yahoo! Home About Podcasts Videos Xyleme Inc.