Top 100 Tools for Learning (Updated: 07/09/2008)

Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies

The Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies provides a number of resources, consultancy services and workshops to help you understand more about how Web 2.0 technologies and tools are creating a new approach to learning (in both in education and the workplace learning) known as Learning 2.0 or Social Learning.

What will you find here?

  • 2,200+ Tools
  • Directory of Learning Tools contains over 2,200 tools that range from “traditional” course authoring tools to E-Learning 2.0 collaboration and sharing tools as well as tools for managing your personal learning. Suitable for anyone who has the time and inclination to search through many tools.

  • Top 100 Tools
  • Top 100 Tools for Learning has been compiled from the top 10 tools shared by over 130 learning professionals worldwide and categorised into tool types. Suitable for someone who wants to cut down their choices to a handful in each tool type.

  • 25 Tools
  • 25 Tools is a free, open access online professional development resource suitable for learning professionals in education, workplace learning or professional development who want to broaden their horizons and explore the widening e-learning space by focussing on 25 key free tools.

  • E-Learning Handbook
  • E-Learning Handbook provides easy-to-read guidance for anyone who wants an introduction to e-learning and the different tools and technologies available. E-Learning in a Nutshell is a one-page overview with links to pages in the Handbook.

  • E-Learning Marketplace
  • The E-Learning Marketplace is for organisations who want to locate an e-learning individual or company for in-country, local services.

These are all dynamic resources – new tools, articles, e-learning examples etc – are added on a regular basis. To find out what’s been added this week, go to the What’s New? Weekly Bulletin.

Top 100 Tools for Learning Spring 2008 (Updated: 07/09/2008)

Final ranking as at 31 March 2008

The list is compiled from the contributions of 155 learning professionals (from both education and workplace learning) who shared their Top 10 Tools for Learning both for their own personal learning / productivity and for creating learning solutions for others


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