In 2020 I am running the Top Tools for Learning (14th Annual Learning Tools) as follows: (You can find out more about the survey here)
Voting will close at noon (GMT) on Friday 11 September 2020
Results at 8 am (GMT) on Monday 21 September 2020
I will once again be compiling a list of the Top 200 Tools for Learning 2020 list as well as 3 sub-lists:
- Top 100 Tools for Personal & Professional Learning 2020 – the tools used by INDIVIDUALS for their own self-improvement, self-learning and self-development (inside and outside work)
- Top 100 Tools for Workplace Learning 2020 – the tools used by ORGANISATIONS for (internal or external) training and/or to underpin and support learning at work
- Top 100 Tools for Further & Higher Education 2020 – the tools used by EDUCATORS & STUDENTS to teach or study in colleges, universities, or adult education.
How to vote – There are a number of ways you can vote for your favourite tools:
- Use the online form below.
- Email your 10 tools to firstname.lastname@example.org with indication of where you work
- Tweet your 10 tools to @C4LPT with indication of category/ies above (ie 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 (resources, services, etc) – listed in any order. Note, an entry with fewer than 10 different tools will not be counted. This is to mitigate gaming and skewing of the voting.
- Please name 10 specific tools rather than generic technologies (e.g. “Blogger” or “WordPress”, rather than “blogs” or “blogging”).
- Note that a vote for Microsoft Office of Office365 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 Google apps)
- Finally, all votes are manually scrutinised and are accepted only at the discretion of the Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies.