Top tips for learning

Every year for, well quite a number of them now, I’ve submitted my ‘top 10 tools for learning’ that Jane Hart / @C4LPT runs. I’ve submitted my top 10 again this year.

Every year Twitter has ruled the roost for me, being the single best source of learning, chatting, collaborating, sharing, etc. Pretty much everything else has come a very distant 2nd or lower. Twitter has been my go-to source for so much and for so many contacts and networking.

So, instead of repeating myself on my top 10 here, I’m going to give a few top tips on learning, that things that aren’t necessarily app or technology based. Rather these are things I do to enable me to learn, to give me space or freedom to learn.


Yes. Twitter is still number one on my list. But this time it’s about switching it off. And not just Twitter. Switch this off and anything else that will ping a notification on your phone, laptop, tablet, etc. Notifications are the most intrusive and disruptive thing in your life. And I put that above young children and noisy neighbours!

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