Jane Hart has just published the final list of the top 100 tools for learning that she has compiled from the Top 10 Tool Contributions of 278 Learning Professionals worldwide. Jane’s list is always worth a read.
No real surprises in this year’s list in terms of the applications listed in the top 100 – however, of real interest is the fact that, for a list of the top 100 tools for learning, there’s only one LMS that has made it into the top 20.
Perhaps the dominance of other tools such as blogs, wikis, Twitter, Ning, Skype and iGoogle appearing to be used as tools to enable collaboration, sharing and interaction signals the direction things appear to be moving, and what the alternatives to the traditional LMS are emerging as.
Thanks again this year Jane – keep up the good work!