Sunday, July 29, 2007

My top ten tools

Jane Hart from the Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies has been collecting the "favourite tools of a number of e-learning professionals". My list appears here: Kevin's Top Ten Tools. It was a hard exercise. I would have liked to have added a few more.

I've been poking through several people's lists and have added several items to my list of tools to explore. There are also many that I have used in the past, but that have just never stuck. I need to try some of these again. I've noticed that it's a rare tool that I will use just a few times and say, "This is it!" Some of my most important tools have taken me months of occasional use before I've had that "ahhh hah!" moment.

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