Top 100 Tools for Learning 2013: Voting open

Voting for the Top 100 Tools for Learning 2013 is open and will take place during the Summer of 2013.

This is the 7th Annual Survey of Learning Tools – and the Top 100 Tools 2013 list will be compiled from the contributions of learning professionals worldwide.

Voting guidance is available here, as well as the form to record your votes. Or you can simply tweet your 10 tools to @C4LPT

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Jane Hart

Founder at C4LPT
Jane Hart is an independent workplace learning advisor, writer and international speaker, and is the Founder of the Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies. She focuses on helping organisations with Modern Workplace Learning and individuals with Modern Professional Learning workshops. Find out more about Jane at

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  2. Boris Bold

    I had a look at the 2012 list of The Top 100 Tools For Learning Page and was surprised to see some of the tools listed until I read the criteria. It is a mix up of publishing and consuming platforms, which I think muddies the waters somewhat.

    Don’t get me wrong, the list is very useful, but I wanted to share some brief thoughts about interpreting it.

    The publishing platforms such as WordPress and Blogger are probably listed in order of popularity, and the same goes for private social networks such as Yammer. In fact some of the blogging platforms can work well as private social networks too.

    I think the list would be even more useful if it was split between publishing and consuming.

    My publishing list might describe it as “A learning publishing tool is a tool to create or deliver learning content/solutions for others”

    My consuming list might describe it as “A learning cosumption tool is a tool for your own personal or professional learning”.

    I’d expect both to have Twitter in it, but the publishing one would have platforms like WordPress, Blogger, Drupal et al, whereas the consuming entry might have blogs instead.

    OK, having just read my post, I can see why Jane has a straight list – it gets to complicated. All I would say is read between the lines and be aware that the most popular isn’t always the best.

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