Teaching in Higher Ed podcast

Tools for Learning (part 1)

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I share the first in a two-part series about my participation in the Tools4Learning annual survey on episode 385 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode Who we follow on social media can help us in our ongoing quest to learn. -Bonni Stachowiak Resources Mentioned 2021 Top Tools for Learning: My Votes Jane Hart’s Top Tools for Learning 2021 Top Tools for Personal Learning Top Tools for Workplace Learning Top Tools for Education Raindrop.io | Personal Learning | Digital bookmarking tool Overcast | Personal Learning | Podcast catcher Twitter | Personal Learning | Microblogging + social media network Episode 53 - Peter Newbury explained his method for who to follow on Twitter in that he connects with people who are like him, along with people who are not like him. Readwise | Personal Learning | Digital reading highlights manager Inoreader | Personal Learning | RSS feed aggregator To read my RSS feeds, I prefer to use Unread

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