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Originally published September 08, 2019

I am migrating to different learning tools as I use my iPhone and Ipad more and have migrated away from my University account to a new Gmail account.  I will devote considerable time to mastering the following learning tools.

  1. Youtube is a frequent resource when I need to be hand-held (e.g. when I want guidance in flying a drone).
  2. Google Suite. I plan to master this since I’ll use it with my newly created blog  and Gmail accounts. 
  3. Duolingo. I plan to travel abroad in the next few years and have always wanted to refresh my Spanish-speaking skills.
  4. WordPress. I plan to continue blogging in Curiousdavidredux.
  5. DayOne: As I’ve written about elsewhere, this is the best journaling software.
  6. LinkedIn: This tool has grown in value to me and may serve me even better now that I have left academe.
  7. Google Translate: I find this tool invaluable when I communicate with colleagues across the globe. Президенту трудно понять разницу между «бы» и «не будет».
  8. Facebook provides me with a platform for learning from and about former students and colleagues.
  9. Designrr: I am starting to favor this self-publishing tool over CreateSpace, now Amazon’s Kindle Direct Publishing. My former assistant Kristen and I produced something with it last year.
  10. Grammarly: I find this tool helpful in many ways, especially when writing under pressure and with haste.