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Hundreds of Useful eLearning Tools

HeyJude points to some great resources for e-learning.
She notes that Jane’s E-Learning Pick of the Day (recommended add to your RSS feeds) has “gathered people’s favourite Top Ten Tools for Learning from 100 educators around the globe. Over 400 different tools were named in total, but the final list was created in order of popularity. The top 100 tools received 3 or more (positive) mentions. The results can be seen here in a neat comparison table with links to sites providing the tools.”
These are very useful lists for anyone who works in learning environments (and what environment isn’t?”.

Posted on: September 22, 2007, 11:29 am Category: Uncategorized

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  1. I realise this isn’t a scientific survey, but it’s sad that makes it, but no library catalogues do – what’s wrong with this picture? Zotero also makes the cut which is nice to see, but overall I’d say that there is a lack of library/library-centric tools in this list. Especially since the list ends up with duplications of function such as, diigo and Furl all making the cut.