Every year for the last 14, Jane Hart has published her top 100 tools for learning. With the proliferation of tools, this has expanded over the last few years and is now the top 200 tools for learning. Anyone can contribute and I strongly suggest you do to get an understanding of the digital tools we use in learning.
All you have to do is to name ten digital tools – they can be platforms, applications, resources, networks or other online services but not devices. I ‘try’ and remember to publish my list but haven’t always managed recently.
Here are my 10 for this year, as always, in no particular order:
- Twitter – still my favourite networking site
- LinkedIn – improving as a way to connect with people
- WordPress – just simply good blog hosting
- Pocket Casts – my favourite podcast player
- Audacity – my favourite podcast editing tool
- Pixabay – the best site for free inmages
- Feedly – still the best RSS aggregator
- Pocket – still the best bookmarking tool
- Evernote – still the best online notetaking app
- Youtube – it just works so well
What are your top 10? Let Jane know by completing the form on her website – you have until August.
5 thoughts on “Top 10 Tools for Learning 2021”
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Sharepoint – build yourself a mini-intranet in an hour.
Must confess I use OneNote constantly and hence have not really tried to get to grips with Evernote.
Go to Jane’s site and add your top 10 Paul – it’s interesting to reflect on what we use.
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