Learning Tools 2022
Updating the list of my favourite tools for learning, and noting what has changed since 2019. #
Evergreen Notes
An approach to note-taking that seems to have deep parallels with Federated Wiki #
Two speeds of sense-making
Sense-making isn’t a single practice, rather a collection of practices that meet different needs #
Filtering Information by Social Distance - 2
Continuing the experiment in using the social network as a filter #
Filtering Information by Social Distance - 2
Filtering Information by Social Distance
Building on earlier experiments in organising information sources based on degree of social connection. #
Top 10 tools For learning 2019
Every year Jane Hart runs a survey of learning tools Here’s my entry for 2019: Drafts Incredibly versatile tool for creating and re-purposing text on iOS devices. Custom actions written in JavaScript allow me to push, pull and manipulate text pretty much as I need. A core part of my personal / professional learning. This post created in Drafts. Hugo Earlier this year I migrated my blog from WordPress to Hugo and I’m extremely happy with the result. #
Gripping Twitter gently by the throat
In Breaking the Ubiquity of Stream Mode I wrote that, inspired by “Is Twitter Where Connections Go to Die? – The Unfollowing Experiment”, I would start taking overt control of my Twitter use. I shall use this post to both plan and report progress Updated 12 Feb 2016 First part is to decide on the lists I want. I can’t disagree with the initial triumvirate described by Luis – “Collaborators, Cooperators and People I Learn From” #
PKM40 – what have I learned so far?
I’m currently following Harold Jarche‘s “Personal Knowledge Management in 40 days” course. We’re just over half way through, and Harold recently challenged us to reflect on what we have learned so far, and what we would like to achieve. At the start of the course I thought that I was fairly familiar with the material, and that this was really just a refresher. Much of what has been presented is familiar, but looking at it again, with specific exercises, has made me look closer. #
Blogwalk IV – developing the work
Suw Charman’s done a great job of capturing the 11 core themes from the Blogwalk ‘Window Wiki’. As people reflect on the event there is discussion about how to best develop the ideas from this session and how to ensure better learning next time. #
Blogwalk IV
Yesterday was Blogwalk IV – a very enjoyable and mind-stretching day talking with other bloggers on the theme of “How will the world of work change as a result of social software use inside the firewall”. Thanks to the excellent “light touch” facilitation from Lilia Efimova and Johnnie Moore we covered a range of topics technical, cultural, managerial, commercial and more… (there will be more posts over the next few days as I and others get on with our agreed actions! #