Here is a nice list of teaching and learning tools from the Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies. Some are pretty standard these days (Google, Meebo, Flickr, etc), but I saw some pretty exciting resources listed (i.e., Gliffy, a diagramming tool, and TeacherTube, which is like YouTube for instructional videos). The list, compiled from lists of favorite tools submitted by e-learning professionals, has a nice mix of higher-end, higher-cost productivity software and resources that are freely available for anyone with internet connectivity. Check it out – it’s nice to think about familiar technologies being used creatively to support learning.
Top 100 Tools for Learning August 6, 2007