I have just completed a short article for the November edition of e.learning age magazine.
e.learning age is the UK’s number one media resource for the e-learning
community. The magazine is the only one if its kind for anyone
involved in the e-learning industry – from board directors responsible
for skilling the workforce, to training and HR professionals choosing
and implementing the best systems, to vendors who want to find out the
latest news and trends in the industry.
In my article I highlight 10 of the new
tools appearing on the emerging Top 100 Tools for Learning 2009 list that I think are useful, innovative, cost effective and worth considering by workplace learning and development professionals for 2010.
What are the 10 tools? Take a look at my article here: 10 Tools for 20(10)