Other tools directories
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Revision as of 21:12, 5 October 2010 by Smithjd
There are many tools directories on the web that overlap or complement the Technology for Communities wiki pages:
- Online Collaboration Tools brings together discussions and resources identified by the KM4Dev community.
- A Spanish-language Caja de Herramientas describes techniques as well as tools for communities, highlighting tools that have Spanish interfaces.
- Robin Good's list of the best collaborative tools 2009
- http://digitalresearchtools.pbwiki.com/ has entries on topics such as: Brainstorming, Collaborative Authoring, Collection Building, Communicational Tools, Data Visualization, Find Research Materials, Networking, Notetaking, Qualitative Data Analysis, Screencasts, and Social Bookmarking.
- http://www.c4lpt.co.uk/Directory/Tools/discussion.html lists tools to create discussion forums or boards to support asynchronous discussions between users - both by text and by voice. Also has pages on Social Networking Tools and Group Tools. Part of Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies supporting "Knowledge, Skills and Tools for the Social Learning Age" founded by Jane Hart.
- http://ltc.umanitoba.ca/wikis/etl/index.php/Tools is part of Handbook of Emerging Technologies for Learning by Peter Tittenberger and George Simmons.
- http://thinkofit.com/webconf/index.htm has extensive product listings in a wide range of categories: Real-Time Web Conferencing, Video Conferencing, Audio Conferencing, Collaborative Work Environments, Forum Software, Forum Hosting Services, Book Recommendations, and Related Resources.
- http://sites.google.com/site/placetools/home Establishing a PLACE for teaching technologies, was written with the aim of helping educators and educational leaders to understand ICTE. A version in Spanish was prepared for the Colombian Ministry of Education and published by the Colombian Association of Higher Education Institutions. WSSU has sponsored the translation of La PIOLA into English, and the author has crafted a new acronym –PLACE—and updated its content relevant to current technologies.