My Top Learning Tools for 2014

It’s that time of year again! Jane Hart’s Top 100 Learning Tools.

I enjoy sharing my tools and seeing what other tools people find most useful to them.  If you haven’t contributed, there’s still time.

Here’s my list, in no particular order:

Twitter - my social stream

YouTube - great tool for visual and hands on learning

WordPress - the blogging software for my learnstreaming blog

Google – my primary search and another drive

Audible -where I listen to many books

Kindle app -where I do most of my reading

LinkedIn – my business social stream and connections

DropBox – one of my primary storage locations

Slideshare - where I post and view presentations

Pen and paper – where I visualize most of my ideas



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