3 easy steps to learn everyday with only one hour

Learn something new everyday

First thing in the morning after you’ve just got up: 20 minutes to learn skills of the 21th century: coding. Thanks to the awesome codecademy platform, this is easy and pleasant to learn programming languages like HTML, CSS, Javascript, Python, Ruby on Rails.

In the middle of the afternoon, you are at work and you start getting bored: 10 minutes on DuoLingo to improve or learn a new language.

After dinner, skip your favorite TV show and watch another kind of video: 20 minutes on an opencourseware platefom like the Microsoft Virtual Academy or the MIT OpenCourseWare and take some notes (10 minutes). For more interaction with other learners and to get a certification, you can attend to a MOOC on Open2Study, edX, Coursera or NovoEd. And if you do not find an interesting topic on these platforms, check the MOOC portal designed by the European Commission.



Weekly digital resources #23: Customer Experience, EdTech and CSS

Improve the Customer Experience

Although I propose my services to help improving Learning Experience, methods and good practices for User or Customer Experience feed also my curiosity. In its blog, Atlassian team points out the importance to strengthen link between the Support and Development teams in order to deliver the best solution to customers.

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Weekly digital resources #22: WordPress, EdTech and other gems

An old book for maybe some gems

WordPress is the most used CMS and I cannot escape to its success, so this weekly blog post provides two links related to its security, themes and plugins. You find also resources about LMS, EdTech and education, components of Learning Experience, one of my favorite topics. And as Excel tips and free photos stocks are always on demand, check the last part of this weekly digital resources #22.

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Weekly digital resources #22: cognition, Design Thinking, quiz builders

A cognition abstract

Although I give the name ‘DigiTools‘ to this blog, there are some periods where my posts barely provide “tools“. By “tools”, I mean primarily “software”, “application” or “web service”, like I share with the DigiTools community on Google+. Indeed, I think that “digital resources” are also related to web trends, eLearning, usability, content management, user experience, psychology.

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Weekly digital resources #21: WordPress, learning and Social Media

WordPress, learning and social media

For months I’ve regularly published resources for WordPress, Social Media and learning because they are hot topics in the current digital transformation. Notice, that they form like an ecosystem: WordPress is a platform where learning content can be put online and then shared by Social Media.

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