Friday, 1 May 2009

New ways of working

It's always useful to hear how others use Web 2.0 to support their learning. Particularly, when their context is similiar to yours. Cammy Bean's top ten tools is useful to me because it reinforces a lot of the things I'm doing whilst introducing some new stuff. He mentions Evernote which I've not used. It looks interesting and I'll certainly explore it. But I must be careful not to start using something that doesn't serve any purpose for me, solve a problem or enhance my working practices. This is the test for any new tool. Enhancing practice that is relevant for many of the Web 2.0 tools. This is what is so exciting be also quite scary - you are changing the way you work, the way you live your life!

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