Have you taken a look at the new tools on the Top 100 Tools for Learning 2014 list?

In the 2014 Top 100 Tools for Learning list that I released on Monday 22 September, there are 16 new tools on the list. How many have you tried?

Powtoon – in at No 46 – is an online presentation software tool that allows you to create animated video explainers – for business or education.


Explain Everything – in at No 53 – is a unique interactive whiteboard and screencasting app that lets you annotate, animate, narrate, import, and export almost anything to and from almost anywhere.


Nearpod – in at 56 – is at tool that lets you present, quiz and report synchronously with your students or make available on demand.


Haiku Deck – in at 66 – is a completely new kind of presentation software. It makes telling your story simple, beautiful and fun.


IFTT – in at 67 – a service that lets you create powerful connections between social media services with one simple statement: If This Then That


Notability – in at 74 – is a note-taking app for mobile devices and the desktop. It supports text, images, and audio recordings, and contains a sketch pad that lets you not only draw new images, but also mark up images, Web clips, and clip art that you import.


Canvas – in at 78 – is a 21st Century LMS: adaptable; customizable; easy to use;  mobile; and time-saving


Kahoot – in at 81 – is a game-based classroom response system – for schools, universities and businesses


Instagram – in at 85 – lets you take a picture or video, choose a filter to transform its look and feel, then post to Instagram and even share to Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr and more.


Easygenerator – in at 87 – is an all-in-one elearning authoring app to create courses in the cloud.


EDpuzzle – in at 90 – lets you take any video off the web, edit it, add notes and questions for students, and create virtual classrooms where you can monitor student work.


LINE – in at 95 – is a communications app that allows you to make free voice calls and send free messages whenever and wherever you are, 24 hours a day


Moovly – in at 97 – lets you easily create animated videos and other multimedia content.


Schoology – in at 98 –  is a learning management system and social network for K-12 schools and higher education institutions focused on collaboration.


Blendspace – in at 99 –  allows educators to blend their classroom with digital content


Softchalk – in at 100 – is content authoring software for educators in schools, colleges and universities to create interactive lessons


Want to find out more about these tools, then you might like the 2014 GUIDEBOOK.

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Jane Hart

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Jane Hart is an independent workplace learning advisor, writer and international speaker. She is the Founder of the Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies. Her recent book Modern Workplace Learning: A Resource Book for L&D is now available, which she supports with a range of online workshops. Find out more about Jane at JaneHart.com.

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