I am currently compiling the 6th Annual, Top 100 Tools for Learning 2012 list based on the contributions of learning professionals worldwide – and invite you to share your own Top 10 Tools for Learning.
What is a “learning tool”?
This could be a tool you use for teaching, training or creating a “learning solution” for others, and/or a tool you use for your own personal or professional learning.
How to vote
There are a number of ways to vote depending on whether you want to publically share your selection or privately submit your list of Top 10 Tools.
Find out more about how to vote and how to submit your Top 10 Tools.
Voting closes Sunday 30 September and the Top 100 Tools List 2012 will be revealed on 1 October 2012.
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