I noticed this post from the Centre for Learning and Performance Technologies [CL4PT] on ten key tools for learning. There’s a very clear triangle forming of course/ content “authorware” [eg, screenr or prezi], collaboration tools [eg, etherpad or dimdim] and individual tools [eg, evernote or arguable posterour].

This highlighted a question would be how these might work together? But also what it might mean for the L&D department that focuses on courseware suitable for routine learning for routinised work as opposed to collaboration and reflection that is potentially more focused on creativity, innovation and expansive learning?

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