janeJane Hart

  • Review of 2008
    My favourite 100 articles (blog postings, presentations, reports) in 2008

  • Directory of Learning Tools
    Over the years my clients have asked me for recommendations of tools for different purposes so  I began to put together a list some years ago.  Now this Directory contains over 2,560 tools that range from “traditional” course authoring tools to Web 2.0 collaboration and sharing tools as well as tools for managing your personal learning – and two-thirds of them are FREE.

  • Top 10 favourite tools lists
    I have also been asked what my favourite tools are.  However, as I believed it was just as important to find out what other learning professionals think, during 2008 223 people contributed their Top 10 Tools for Learning.
  • Top 100 Toolsfor Learning 2008
    From the Top 10 Tools list I then compiled the Top 100 Tools for Learning list.  It is interesting to compare the rankings with last year’s list. I also categorised this list to create a Toolset for Learning 2009

  • 25 tools every learning professional should have in their Toolbox – and all for free
    Using the Toolset for Learning I then identified 25 key free tools – these are both tools for personal learning as well as creating learning for others – and created the 25 Tools resource.  There is a slideshow, and an online workshop (Moodle) site where you can find Mini Tutorials to help you with the tools. And there is a  Community, too, to share your experience of these tools with others.

  • Directory of Learning Professionals on Twitter
    Twitter is becoming a popular tool for learning professionals. Here is a growing list of individuals who use Twitter to connect with others around the world

  • An Introduction to Social Learning
    E-Learning is now more than just self-paced online courses.  With the arrival of social media tools, we are now seeing a new phase of e-learning known as E-Learning 2.0 or Social Learning. An Introduction to Social Learning provides you with a practical approach to getting started with using social media for both formal and informal learning.

Harold Jarche


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Learning in Business

Payback, Metrics, ROI

How to Grow a Business on Internet Time

Building Collective Intelligence

Pragmatic Business Learning

How Knowledge Workers Learn

New Roles for Leaders and Coaches

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Origin of eLearning

Tools for Social Capitalists




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