The Top 200 Tools for Learning 2018, the 12th Annual Digital Learning Tools survey is now open.
Jane Hart will once again be compiling the list from the votes of contributors worldwide as well as 3 sub-lists:
- Top 100 Tools for Personal & Professional Learning 2018 – ie. the digital tools used by individuals for their own self-organised learning and self-improvement – inside and outside the workplace.
- Top 100 Tools for Workplace Learning 2018 – ie. the digital tools used to design, deliver, enable, support learning in the workplace
- Top 100 Tools for Education 2018 – ie. the digital tools used by educators and students in schools, colleges, universities, adult education etc.
Voting closes: mid-day GMT, Friday 21 September 2018
Results released: 8 am GMT, Monday 1 October 2018
How to vote – There are a number of ways to vote for your favourite tools:
- Use the online form below. (Please note each entry is manually validated.)
- Email your 10 tools to email@example.com with indication of category/ies above (1,2 and/or 3), your job role and the country where you work
- Tweet your 10 tools to @C4LPT with indication of category/ies above (1,2 and/or 3)
- Write a blog post about your choice and send the link to Jane Hart.
- A valid entry needs to include 10 different digital tools; any entry with fewer than 10 tools will not be counted.
- Please name 10 specific digital tools rather than generic digital technologies (e.g. “Blogger” or “WordPress”, rather than “blogs” or “blogging”).
- Note that a vote for Microsoft Office will be split over Word and PowerPoint, so please vote individually for these Office tools, i.e. Word, Powerpoint, Excel, Outlook etc.
- Note that a vote for Google will be a vote for Google Search, so if you want to vote for other Google tools, you will need to name them individually, e.g. Google Docs/Drive, Google Scholar, Google Maps, or Google Suite (for the badged collection of apps)
- Finally, votes are accepted only at the discretion of the Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies.
- Please note we do not collect any personally identifiable data.
Want some inspiration?
Here are the Top Tools lists shared by some L&D professionals