My vote for the Top Tools for Learning 2016

Here’s what I submitted to the annual poll (http://c4lpt.co.uk/top100tools/voting/).

  • Tool 1: Name and (optionally) reason for choice: Old Reader – personal RSS reader of choice for news, sharing and current awareness.
  • Tool 1: How do you use it?: Workplace Learning, Personal & Professional Learning

  • Tool 2: Name and (optionally) reason for choice: Xmarks – bookmarking for personal knowledge library and sharing of folders/topics with contacts and colleagues
  • Tool 2: How do you use it?: Workplace Learning , Personal & Professional Learning

  • Tool 3: Name and (optionally) reason for choice: YouTube – still most used video platform in terms of access to recorded webinars, tutorials, etc.
  • Tool 3: How do you use it?: Workplace Learning , Personal & Professional Learning

  • Tool 4: Name and (optionally) reason for choice: Articulate Storyline 2 – authoring tool of choice for content distribution and for developing support tools.
  • Tool 4: How do you use it?: Workplace Learning

  • Tool 5: Name and (optionally) reason for choice: Totara – simplifies our L&D management requirements for regulators, government, etc allowing more of our time on performance support and career development.
  • Tool 5: How do you use it?: Workplace Learning, Personal & Professional Learning

  • Tool 6: Name and (optionally) reason for choice: LinkedIn – learning via groups and 1-2-1 communication. A source for news and useful links (but less so than Old Reader or YouTube).
  • Tool 6: How do you use it?: Workplace Learning , Personal & Professional Learning

  • Tool 7: Name and (optionally) reason for choice: WordPress – for reflection and sharing my learning.
  • Tool 7: How do you use it?: Workplace Learning , Personal & Professional Learning

  • Tool 8: Name and (optionally) reason for choice: Prezi – started using it again this year to share messaging where the templates/zooming helps.
  • Tool 8: How do you use it?: Workplace Learning , Personal & Professional Learning

  • Tool 9: Name and (optionally) reason for choice: Firefox – as the entry point to other tools remains essential. Used over other tools for speed, plugins, etc.
  • Tool 9: How do you use it?: Workplace Learning, Personal & Professional Learning

  • Tool 10: Name and (optionally) reason for choice: Grover Pro – Podcast app of choice for learning on the go.
  • Tool 10: How do you use it?: Workplace Learning, Personal & Professional Learning

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