Top Tools for Learning 2021
In the Digital Age, it is important to keep up with technology and to keep a finger on the pulse of what people are using. However, it can be a daunting task because it feels like technology is ever-changing.
Luckily, here’s where these Top 150 tools come in. These tools are great for personal use and or to enhance learning in a classroom setting. If you are already feeling overwhelmed by this list, not to worry. Here are three learning tools we would like to share:
- Mural: Think of it like a giant, collaborative, digital whiteboard. It can be used on conference calls like WebEx or Zoom. Or to brainstorm with various templates and do exercises like mind mapping.
- Wakelet: A visual collage to organize portfolios, research, resumes, and other things that you want to keep track of.
- Kahoot: It is an interactive way to quiz oneself or others. You can create your own quiz or use someone else’s quiz.
In the Office of Digital Learning, we offer support for programs like Zotero, Grammarly, and Accordance to name a few. See these and other tools that we offer support for, here. Stop by the Digital Learning Lab (Library 3132) or email us (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any questions about these or other tools that we offer support for.