Twitter: Twitter is seen as a prime place for professional networking, for news and updates for use as a backchannel in conferences and for real-time chats using hash tags.
Website: Visit Twitter
Youtube: This video hosting site is seen both as a key learning resource and a place for anyone to share their own video content.
Website: Visit Youtube
PowerPoint: Microsoft's PowerPoint is a key tool for creating personal presentations as well as linear e-learning content.
Website: Visit Microsoft's PowerPoint
Dropbox: Dropbox has become an important tool for sharing files both publically and privately, both in companies and education.
Website: Visit Dropbox
Facebook: Although primarily used by individuals for personal networking, it is also seen as a useful tool within education to support both study groups and course sites.
Website: Visit Facebook
Skype is useful for one-to-one interactions as well as group conversations.
Skype for business (previously Lync), means it is also a key enterprise tool, and Skype in the Classroom a key educational tool.
Website: Visit Skype