Editor’s note: For more than a decade, Jane Hart, who runs the Centre for Learning and Performance Technologies, has published a list of the top tools in learning based on responses from L&D professionals around the world. This year’s list has just been published and it makes for interesting reading. It is worth exploring to see which tools are the most popular and also for identifying new tools to use.
Editor’s note: This is a useful list of team communication tools that are similar to Slack. The devil is in the detail as some of the tools offer unique bits of functionality.
Editor’s note: Jane Hart has published the top tools used by L&D professionals. This list has been running for a number of years and provides some great insights into what tools and technologies people are using to support learning at work.
Editor’s note: I’ve been enjoying how England football manager Gareth Southgate has been conducting himself during the course of the world cup. He looks to me to be displaying a lot of emotional intelligence. How do you and your team stack up on EI?
The Top 200 Tools for Learning 2017 (11th Annual Survey) has been compiled by Jane…
Editor’s note: There are some good free and paid-for tools in this list that will help you get started with content curation.
Editor’s note: Jane Hart has produced the tenth top tools list for learning. This is a great resource for new tools and technologies.
Editor’s note: Some useful tools here which can help you curate content from the web. These may be used by marketers but they are useful for anyone researching ideas and insights.
Editor’s note: Some good tools and data points in here – useful for content curation too.
Editor’s note: Jane Hart has just published her annual list of the top 100 tools as used by learning professionals. Always a good read to see what’s in fashion and what is going out of fashion.
Editor’s note: A great list of tools covering areas such as productivity, finance and marketing.
Editor’s note: Some great tools here for creating instructional videos – looks like the apps will be good creating them on the fly.
Editor’s note: There are just too many good resources on this list. From business and marketing apps, to picture resources to writing tools – there’ll be something here worth sharing with colleagues.
Editor’s note: Great list of tools for managing your social media efforts (and that will help save you time).
Editor’s note: Lots of tools in here. They are slanted towards education but plenty that could be used in the corporate setting.