Extra Credit Activity for 100 Bonus Points:
Now that you’ve had a chance to see last year’s Top 100 list of learning tools and explore some news ones for yourself it’s your turn. What are your personal top 10?
You can either leave them in the comments below or even better yet, submit your own personal Top 10 Tools for Learning list for the 2014 version.
Either way, be sure to share them with us here. If you blog your list, please link to this post and it will be included in the comments automatically. (FYI that’s called a Pingback)
A learning tool is defined as any software or online tool or service that you use either for your own personal or professional learning, for teaching or training, or for creating e-learning
After you’ve submitted your own top 10, here are a few notable lists worth checking out:
(You should subscribe to their blogs while you’re there!)
- Harold Jarche
- Helen Blunden
- Andew Jacobs
- Connie Malamed
- Clark Quinn
- JD Dillon
- Christy Tucker
- and many more.