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June 22, 2010

Top 100 Tech Tools for Teaching and Learning

The Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies has assembled a useful survey of top tech tools for learning professionals. Jane Hart of the C4LPT compiled input from nearly 300 ed tech experts from around the globe who were asked to rank their "Top 10 Tools for Learning in 2009." 

The Top 100: Full Survey Results

Top100techtoolsTo get you started, here's the top 10 in order:

Twitter
Delicious
YouTube
Google Reader
Google Docs
Wordpress
Slideshare
Google Search
Audacity + Firefox (tied)

The majority of the top 100 are web-based and free - great news for educators in an era of scant educational funding. New the list in 2009 are two of my favorites  - Prezi (presentation software) and Wordle (word cloud generator). For ideas for on how I use these free web resources follow my links to Prezi | Wordle.

Note: The 2010 survey is being in progress All learning professionals are encouraged to share their Top 10 tools to help build it further. Submit here.  Kudos to Jane for conducting the survey.  (And thanks to @russeltarr  for his tweet pointing me to the survey.)

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Thanks for the posting, but please note that this was last year's Top 100 Tools list. This year's is being built here http://c4lpt.co.uk/recommended/top100-2010.html

All learning professionals are encouraged to share their Top 10 tools to help build it further http://c4lpt.co.uk/recommended/2010.html

Jane

Jane, Thanks for the clarification. I'll add it to original post.
Peter

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