My Top Learning Tools for 2018

Here are my top learning tools for 2018.  Share your tools as part of Jane Hart’s Top Learning Tool survey.

Google – my primary search, another drive, and tools.

Twitter – my social stream.

YouTube – still a great tool for learning at the desk or on the go.

Feedly – where I read blog posts.

Gmail – like Clark,  I still use email. I use it less than the past and I look forward to a few newsletters that I receive like – Austin Kleon, Brain Pickings, Conversation Agent, Recomendo, Ryan Holiday, Tim Ferris. 

Overcast – where I listen to podcasts.

Audible -where I listen to many books and curate my notes.

Kindle app -where I do most of my reading.

OneNote – where I store all of my notes and collaborate with others on content.

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