My 2019 Top 10 Learning Tools
Jane Hart has been collecting the top tools for learning for over a decade now. (I´ve voted in all of them and this is my Top 10 for 2019.)
Jane´s Top Tools for Learning global survey. Is open for submission through mid-day Friday, September 13, 2019. Here is how you can submit your own top 10 learning tools list.
From all the submissions received, she creates three sub-lists:
- Top 100 Tools for Personal & Professional Learning
- Top 100 Tools for Workplace Learning
- Top 100 Tools for Education 2018
You can browse last year´s results at https://www.toptools4learning.com/home/
Here are my personal top 10 learning tools for this year.
Top 10 Learning Tools for 2019
- Feedly – Feedly is my key to efficiently keeping up with and track of 99% of the things I want to keep up with.
- WordPress – powers my personal website/blog serves as my online ‘homebase’
- PowerPoint – PowerPoint is like the Swiss army knife of digital content tools. If I could only choose one thing to create content, it would be PowerPoint. Things I’ve created with PowerPoint include slides, videos, ebooks, custom graphics, print materials/workbooks, banners/signs, t-shirts, coffee mugs and more.
- Google Suite – This connected collection of tools makes it super easy to keep in touch and collaborate
- Twitter – Still one of the best ways to connect with great people for conversations on relevant, professional topics. http://www.twitter.com/tmiket
- Canva – We live in a visual world and when you need a graphic design, Canva is the place to start. You’ll find everything from social media graphics to presentation slides and even print documents.
- Articulate 360 – Articulate keeps adding new features and making a great authoring suite better and better.
- Talkbook – For speakers and facilitators, TalkBook makes getting handouts and other supporting materials to your audience a snap. Learn more about Talkbook here.
- Zapier – I totally hate doing manual busy work. There are so many things like that Zapier can handle for you and literally give you back time in your day.
- Glide – I’ve been looking for something as easy to Glide for making apps. I’ve seen some amazing uses including my L&D Conference Calendar, performance support, resumes, websites and more. Learn more about it here.
Why not submit your own list!
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