Almost everything … and the kitchen sink

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I got an email from Eduardo Peirano, the founder of the College 2.0 Ning, suggesting that I add my Top 10 Tools to Jane Hart’s Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies site. I went directly to the site and what a bounty I found … tools galore … enough to keep any of us busy exploring for hours.

What makes this site so useful is the cataloging page, The Learning Toolbox. It lists categories, top picks, and other applications … all linked for your convenience. There is also a notation regarding cost – if there is any. The Directory of E-Learning Tools also provides links to each of the categories; each page provides specific applications with an explanation and cost information. Then, if you want to see how the e-learning professionals rated the applications, you can go over to the Top 100 Tools for Learning and take a peek.

All this cross-referencing ensures easy use and an abundance of information with links to the applications.

If you have a tool, or tools, that don’t appear on the site, simply email Jane with your suggestions. She added mine the same day I sent them to her. Very cool.

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