The list is compiled from the contributions of 155 learning professionals (from both education and workplace learning) who shared their Top 10 Tools for Learning both for their own personal learning/ productivity and for creating learning solutions for others.
The Top three Tools are
- a social bookmarking site on Position #1 del.icio.us
- a Web browser on Position #2 Firefox
- and on Positon #3 a RSS/Feed-Reader Google Reader.
You can see the whole List here.
Stephen Downes opened another List with the Ten Web 2.0 Things You Can Do in Ten Minutes to Be a More Successful E-learning Professional. Two points I really like in that list are:
- Write a blog post or article describing something you’ve learned recently. It can be something you’ve read or culled from a meeting, conference notes (which you just capture on the fly using a text editor), or a link you’ve posted to del.icio.us. The trick here is to keep your writing activity to less than 10 minutes—make a point quickly and then click “submit.”
- Record a 10-minute presentation about something you are working on or learning about, either as audio (use Odeo) or video (use Ustream), and post it on your blog.
If you have some spare time these two Lists will be an interesting guideline to improve your learning skills.
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