I’ve just published the year-end edition of the Learning Monitor, my twice-quarterly round-up of learning resources, news, and insights. If you haven’t tried out the Monitor yet, this is a great time to start. It’s free, it delivers valuable content, and you can unsubscribe with a click if you decide it’s not for you. What have you got to lose?
Here are just a few samples from the Learning Smorgasbord, which features nearly two dozen other great resources. Subscribe to the Learning Monitor and you will automatically receive the latest edition.
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We have 1000+ videos on YouTube covering everything from basic arithmetic and algebra to differential equations, physics, chemistry, biology and finance which have been recorded by Salman Khan. Via GOOD Blog
A good service from Wild Apricot:
32 Free Webinars for Nonprofits – January 2010
Coming out of the holiday season, I thought we might find January a slow month for free web-based professional development opportunities for nonprofit folks — but, in fact, with 33 different webinars in the list, this month’s round-up of training events is larger than ever!
8 Services to Start Your Learnstream Flowing
From LearnStreaming: There are many services that you could include in your learnstream. Here’s a post to get you started on some of the basic services to consider for your learnstream. I listed a couple of options for most services (my primary is listed 1st).
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2 thoughts on “Great Learning Resources for 2010 – A New Learning Monitor is Out!”
i like learning new things ,,,thanks
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