Jay Cross, informal learning evangelist, has suggested to create lists of favourite top 10 elearning tools.

This is the question: "What are your Top 10 tools - for your own personal working and learning and/or creating, delivering or supporting others' learning?"

Here is my top 10 tools list:

1

http://ict.paginablog.nl/ict/firefox_logo.html Firefox Firefox is my favourite browser for its flexibility and plugins.

2

Welcome to netvibes Netvibes

Netvibes is an easy to use RSS reader and startpage (with mail, searchers, bookmarking, calendar, twitter, ...).

3

Gmail Gmail Google Google Search Gmail + Google Apps+ Google Search -Great tools, all together.
Google Apps
(Gmall, Google Calendar, Google Talk,
Docs & Spreadsheets)

4

del.icio.us Del.icio.us - Essential bookmarking tool. Good network and search options.

5

 Blogger Blogger Blogger - Maybe Wordpress is a better blog editor, but Blogger is easier and provides a better blogging service

6

Twitter.com twitter

Twitter - Microblogging makes you think about what you are doing and keeps you in touch with people you like from all over the world.

7

 Ning

Ning - Eduspaces may be better, but the social networks Classroom 2.0 and Edublogger have been created at Ning

8

Yahoo Groups Yahoo Groups - My favourite language teaching mail groups are there and it is a very good service.

9

Wikispaces Wikispaces

Wikispaces - Wikis can become very useful educational tools

10 SlideShare Logo Slideshare Flickr - a Yahoo! company flickr Slideshare - And other web 2.0 sites (Flickr, YouTube, Scribd, Odeo, ...) as a great source of materials, communication and learning.
YouTube Scribd
Odeo

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Comment by Jose Luis cabello on July 31, 2007 at 10:33pm
I like your list, too.
Not easy to choose only ten web tools.

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