Here are my top 10 tools for learning, as asked by Jane Hart at the Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies, and answered already by people such as Harold Jarche (feed), Clark Quinn (feed) and more.
- Twitter: Excellent tool for keeping updated on what people such as my mentors and more are up to. Very quickly I can interact with people from all around the world. You find me at @patrikbergman.
- Google Reader: My main tool for following blogs via RSS. I go through this every morning over a cup of coffee, and then once in the afternoon again.
- WordPress: This blog is using WordPress, and helps me post my thoughts and have people discuss them.
- Facebook: Used privately to interact with people, to learn about silly and important things in their lives.
- LinkedIn: Excellent tool for professional groups, such as the Intranet Professionals, where we discuss best practices.
- Google Search: My main tool for quickly locating just about anything.
- YouTube: No matter how small a problem seems, there is a high potential that someone else has experienced it, and turned it into a movie.
- Dropbox: Such a great tool. Save files and reach them from everywhere.
- Microsoft SharePoint: The tool we build our intranet on.
- Kayako Fusion: The helpdesk tool we use for collecting questions and suggestions from all employees.
What are your top 10 learning tools? Make sure to cast your votes now.