Top 100 Tools for Learning 2009

Posted on 17 November 2009 by jrobes

Noch einmal Jane Hart: Aus 278 Beiträgen hat sie wieder die Top Tools herausgefiltert. Spannend sind vor allem die Bewegungen: Evernote und Prezi sind die höchsten Neueinsteiger des Jahres; Twitter, YouTube, Slideshare, Google Apps und haben die höchsten Sprünge gemacht und Bloglines, mein persönlicher Newsreader seit Jahren, hat gleich 56 Plätze verloren.

“To summarise then: I think this year’s list, once again, 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.  The fact that Twitter is now the Number 1 tool shows that learning professionals clearly appreciate the power of social media technologies for learning and are demonstrating its use in ways that would have been unimaginable a few years ago.”
Jane Hart, Jane’s E-Learning Pick of the Day, 16. November 2009

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