If so, you will want to see the 2018 Top Tools for Learning! This is a list that has been compiled annually since 2007 and this year is based on responses from 2,951 voters in 52 countries.
According to the website, this year’s list does not just identify the popularity of tools for learning, but it also shows trends in current learning behavior.
Here is a link to the 2018 list:
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Because only 23% of the votes came from education/academia the top 200 list is biased towards personal and workplace tools, so the “top 100 tools in Education” (EDU 100) list may be more relevant.
To get to the “EDU 100,” after you open the link, change the setting for the number of entries to 100, and then click the EDU 100 tab to sort and see the Educational Tools listing.
If you want to sort it down more, you can click on the tabs to group by Description or by Category.
Have fun checking this out, and I’ll see you next week!!