Warwick’s John Dale has posted a link to the “top 100 tools for learning“. Some are pretty obvious but there’s a number that I’ve not come across before. What are your top 10 tools? Post in the comments!
It’s well worth a read for any web professional and they’ve also published anonymous data so you can crunch your own stats but they’ve got some interesting and amusing results. Here’s my highlights:
- Second most popular method of staying current is “Trial and error”
- Significant differences in the amount of training given to different jobs – 70% of accessibility and usability experts but under 50% of writers and editors
- Both of these areas are amongst the rarest claimed skills
- Project managers are the most satisfied and designers amongst the most unsatisfied 🙂
Take a look and leave a comment with the stats you find interesting!