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Top 100 Tools for Learning

Jane Hart provides a Spring 08 version of the Top 100 tools for learning which is developed from suggestions from 155 learning professionals. This is appropriate to your research on Personal Learning Environments, as you will discover that the tools you choose become a vital part of your learning process.

While I agree with Jane’s dividing the tools into Personal Tools and Producer tools, I would point out that you probably will want to categorize the tools into your own categories, which is a good way to develop your PLE. As an example, I revised my PLE recently to include the categories of Environments, Navigation/Finding Information, Content Creation, Content Management, Connecting/Networking, Personal Management. This process came out of viewing what I was actually doing on my laptop regularly. Everyone will have their own needs in terms of how you organize your PLE or learning space/process. I thought these tools for learning would give you some new ideas, and you may want to check out some of the tools you may not know.

If you don’t find what you need in the 100 tools list, get really into it and check out Jane’s earlier list of 2,200 tools for learning! You also might find some other interesting articles on the site, as I read it often myself.

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