This is the 6th annual Top 100 Tools for Learning list I will be compiling based on the contributions of learning professionals worldwide. With nearly 100,000 page views on this website of the 2011 list and over 330,000 views of the slideset via Slideshare, there is huge interest in how these tools can be used for teaching and learning.
If you are a learning professional (e.g. teacher, academic, trainer, consultant, developer, practitioner, analyst, etc) and active in the field of (e-)learning, please share your Top 10 Tools for Learning to help me build the 2012 Top 100 Tools list.
What is a “learning tool”? This could be a software tool, application, system or platform you use for teaching or training (e.g for creating (course) content/learning solutions for others) and/or a tool you use for your own personal or professional learning.
To find out more about how to vote and leave your vote, please go to THIS PAGE.
Voting closes on Sunday 30 September, but you can always update your list again in September if it changes.