Since 2007, I Jane Hart, have been compiling an annual Top Tools for Learning List from the results of an open survey. These Top Tools lists now constitute an important and interesting longitudinal study not just into the popularity of tools for learning but into learning behaviour itself.

Learning professionals (and others in related areas) are invited to nominate their Top 10 (digital) tools for learning and their contributions are then used to generate the annual list.

From 2007-2015 this was a Top 100 Tools for Learning list, but to mark the 10th anniversary of the project in 2016, I extended the list to 200 tools. Last year (2021) it was increased to 300 tools, but this year (2022) I reverted to a Top 100 Tools list.  The reasons for this and my analysis of this year’s list are shown on Analysis 2022.

The complete list of the Top 100 Tools for Learning 2022 can be viewed here – together with an indication of the main context for each tool – ie whether it is a personal tool, one that is used in the workplace or one that is used in education. A graphic of this year’s Tools list can be downloaded as a PDF by clicking the image on the top of the right-hand column,

On How do we learn using the Top 100 Tools for Learning, I have shown how each of these tools can enable and support learning in a different context.

There are two other ways you can view the tools results at this site:

  • By category – where the tools are categorised by type of platform
  • A-Z – where all the tools listed on the 16 surveys (2007-2022) are shown

Jane Hart
30 August 2022

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