Learn something new in 10 minutes a day

As part of the online workshop I’m running at the Social Learning Centre on Social Media for Professional Development, I’ve set up a Learning Board on the new pinning tool, Learnist called Learn in 10 minutes a day – and I’d like to invite you  to contribute to the Board:

What resources could you use to learn something new in just 10 minutes a day?

If you haven’t heard about Learnist, which only opened its doors a few months ago, and yet managed to get enough votes in the Top 100 Tools for Learning 2012 survey to get a late place on the list, here’s a video.

And why 10 minutes? Well If you just spent 10 minutes every day learning something new, that would add up to around an hour a week, and around 50 hours a year – equivalent to around 8 training days!

So just doing something simple like that can have a huge impact on your own professional learning and development.  I’ll be writing a longer post about the importance of that shortly!

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Jane Hart

Founder at C4LPT
Jane Hart is an independent Workplace Learning Advisor, Writer and International Speaker. Every year she compiles the Top 100 Tools for Learning activity. She also offer a number of online workshops on modernising workplace learning. Find out more about Jane and her work.