Jane Hart has made a tremendous effort to compile the suggestions from about 300 learning professionals. There is a slideshare presentation to read it better.
This year's list, writes Jane, "is a great demonstration of how learning professionals are making use of a wide range of both traditional and innovative tools and services both for personal learning and within formal structured learning contexts...Although some well-known tools have moved down or even off the list this year, this doesn't necessarily mean they are no longer of value for learning..."
The 10 first tools out the 100 tools for learning during the 2009 are: Twitter, Delicious, YouTube, Google Reader, Google Docs, Wordpress, SlideShare, Google Search, Audacity and Firefox.
In the internet lists are easy to read. Even when there is not proof of anyone carrying research on Twitter, this widely spread tool tops the list. The group of learning professionals worldwide really know of the power of social media technologies for learning and you must be paying attention.
Is there any other tool you think was left out or that it should be re-categorized?
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