The annual Top 100 Tools for Learning list has become very popular. The 2011 list has now been viewed over 880,000 times (on Slideshare), and the 2012 list over 550,000 times (on Slideshare). The list was also cited in KPCB’s 2013 Internet Trends presentation (viewed over 2.3 million times)
The Top 100 Tools for Learning 2013 list will again be compiled from the contributions of learning professionals worldwide.
Voting for the Top 100 Tools for Learning 2013 – the 7th annual survey – is currently underway and closes at midnight GMT on Friday 27 September 2013.
Have you had your say yet? All you need to do is name your own top 10 tools for learning. You can either tweet me @C4LPT the names of your top 10 tools or if you want to do it privately, use the voting form here, where voting guidance is also available.
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