Monday, September 22, 2014

100 Top Tools for Learning in 2014

I love when these lists come out, and particularly appreciate when they are shared as a slide deck. This one is on SlideShare.

As I go through these kinds of lists, I tend to reflect on which of the tools I use and how I feel about where specific tools fall in the list.

Twitter continues to hold the number one spot.

Top 100 Tools for Learning 2014 from Jane Hart

Which of the tools listed are your favorites? Were you surprised by any of the choices or their places on the list?

To learn more about how the list was compiled and for a partial analysis, check this post: Top 100 Tools for Learning