Email your 10 tools to email@example.com using an organizational email address (i.e not webmail like Gmail or Hotmail).
Specify your role as a learning professional, and whether you work in education or workplace learning or both.
Note if you are happy for your comments to be quoted or would prefer them to stay private.
Tweet your 10 tools to @C4LPT from a Twitter account that can be used to validate your role as a learning professional.
Write a blog post about your choice and tweet or email the link to Jane.
Here at Trivantis, we’re all about helping our awesome users, so we wanted to make it EVEN easier for you to vote. I drafted this email template with a few—okay 15 because I’m indecisive—of my favorite learning tools listed to help you get started. Feel free to reply to this thread with other tool suggestions too!
Subject: My vote for Top 100 Learning Tools
I work for (company) as a (education/workplace learning/both) professional. My LinkedIn profile is: (link).
Here are my top 10 learning tools:
Snap! by Lectora
eLearning Brothers Template Library
eLearning Brothers Interaction Builder
Go ahead and quote me/my choice of tools on your site. Thanks!
Please don’t quote me personally on your website. Thanks!
Great question, Math. The old site was mostly ToolBook stuff which is no longer use to anyone plus I just didn’t like it anymore. Elearningcode is basically a hobby and low on the priority list right now.