Wednesday, October 17

Top 100 Tools for Learning



I went so far as to print this resource ‘Top 100 Tools for Learning’ by Jane Hart of the Centre for Learning and Performing Technologies.
Tools in this resource are categorised by their function i.e. web browsers/ social bookmaking tools/ research tools/ wiki tools/ blog tools/ presentation tools…
It has already saved me time as I make use of the recommended tools or try one of the other suggestions to meet a need. I created a mindmap using the suggested tool Mindmanager ( limited free download) and was impressed by how easy it was to pick up and by the options for sharing the mindmap. Bubbl.us is also worth a look for a simple user-friendly, free, web-based diagram tool.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Here is another really good collaborative web-based mind mapping tool that might be worth looking at comapping.com.