- This is exactly the kind of thing Degreed is for. It helps you track your learning by serving as a bookmarking tool, but also as a network of both professional and informal educational resources (articles, videos, etc.). You can even create your own pathways where you collect resources in a sequence. It's s pretty modern, progressive take on education in general.
- Primarily a Todo app, but I use it to add notes as soon as I think of them, or something new I learn wherever I am. I can then add that to a project named "New learnings", and add comments, files/attachments if i need to add more text and information about what I have learnt in more detail. I can then go even further with labels and categorization and apply tasks to what I have learnt so I can apply this to my day to day role.
We were looking for a tool to replace Asana, and after initially testing Todoist, became certain it could be the tool for us. But sharing projects is a PITA. There's no easy way to let your team have access to all newly created projects. Also, the projects structure isn't shared, so sharing a new subproject causes havoc in the teammate's projects structure, and the teammate needs to manually configure the projects structure according to it's intended layout.
The Todoist app is ruthlessly efficient in helping me capture my tasks no matter when or where I am. Bring collaborators into a project, or a task is a snap. When I'm creating a recurring task, and hopefully a positive habit, or when I am reflecting on my productivity, Todoist works.