Mijn nieuwe top tien tools voor leren

Dankzij Jay Cross ben ik nog eens kritisch gaan kijken naar mijn eigen overzicht met favoriete applicaties voor leren. Bijna 8 maanden geleden heb ik mijn lijst geupdated. Maar sinds enkele maanden werk ik met een MacBook. Heeft dit gevolgen voor deze lijst? Ik dacht het wel. Hier een update.

  1. Tweetdeck – Twitter application that points out to me new resources used by other experts. I use it to share thoughts and information with other learning professionals. Great for asking questions (and giving answers).
  2. Bloglines – Since I use an Apple iPhone, and I have the opportunity to be online 24/7, I use Bloglines to read about 390 RSS feeds.
  3. TypePad – I use this blog tool for some years now. Userfriendly and reliable. Helps me reflecting on developments.
  4. del.icio.us – Great tool to save and share interesting websites and blog posts. I use it to collect sources for presentations, papers, articles and -of course- blog posts.
  5. Apple iPhone – to check e-mail, to search for information, to view YouTube films, to twitter (using Echofon). Access to the internet 24/7
  6. SpotLight – great search option on my MacBook. I use it to search lots of documents and presentations on my MacBook.
  7. Google Search – I use it to search my weblog (personal learning archive) and, of course- the Internet.
  8. LinkedIn – resource to look for experts
  9. YouTube – More and more I watch videos about learning, ICT etc for inspiration and learning.
  10. Key note – I use this Apple application for presentations. By making presentations I re-structure my thoughts, I combine ideas, I learn.

De oplettende lezer mist wellicht Fronter in dit rijtje. Ik maak intensief gebruik van Fronter (en met genoegen). Ik leer deze applicatie ook steeds beter kennen. Maar ik leer er zelf nog relatief weinig mee. Wellicht komt dat nog.

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Wilfred Rubens (1964) currently works as an independent consultant on technology enhanced learning. He provides advice, keynotes, presentations, workshops and classes about technology enhanced learning. Wilfred has been professionally involved in e-learning for more than 20 years. For more than 13 years he blogs about ICT and learning. June 2013 he published a book about elearning trends and developments (in Dutch). Recently he was co-author of a book about social learning. Wilfred is also one of the editors of the Dutch portal e-learning.nl, member of the advisory board of the anual Dutch Next Learning conference and member of the advisory board of the ONLINE EDUCA BERLIN. wilfred@wilfredrubens.com http://www.wilfredrubens.com

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