Jane Hart keeps a list of Top Learning Tools, submitted by learning professionals from all over the world. This is my top list:
1. SharePoint: has become my platform of choice for knowledge sharing. The My Site stores all my content, shared or not shared, and makes it accessible from anywhere.
2. OneNote: because of its integration with other Microsoft Office products, I prefer OneNote over other note taking tools like Evernote.
3. Captivate: has been my favorite screencasting tool since version 1.0, because of its ease of use and flexible outputs.
4. Camtasia: my alternative for Captivate when it comes to recording complex applications that need real-time recording.
5. Jing: an ideal screencast recorder for “quickies”
6. WordPress: a versatile weblog with a great community around it
7. Delicious: has replaced my favorites and is quickly becoming my personal web memory
8. Google Reader: allows you to follow hundreds of RSS feeds, share posts, rate them…
9. TweetDeck: Twitter is great if you want to follow the “buzz” of the moment, but it would be impossible to manage the stream without an application like TweetDeck.
10. Adobe Presenter: one of the easiest PowerPoint converters with video, quizzing and SCORM support.