Here is the yearly list of tools that are used for learning in education as ranked by peers around the world who took the survey in the Spring of this year. This is the 13th year that Jane Hart (from the Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies) has compiled the list and not only gives an idea of top tools, but also shows what is new, and what tools are losing ground.
The 2019 Top 200 Tools for 2019 Learning list, generated from 2,524 votes from 46 countries in the 13th annual learning tools survey, was published on 18 September 2019.
This year, only 22% of voters came from colleges and universities, hence the Top 200 list is therefore skewed towards workplace learning. So in order to identify where and how the tools are being used in Higher Education you will want to look at the Top 100 Tools for Higher Education (EDU100) – the digital tools used by educators and students in colleges and universities. Click on the link, or on the picture below to get to the full “education” list.
Voting for the Top Tools for Learning 2020 (the 14th Annual Digital Learning Tools survey) will open in Spring 2020.
Thank you for reading the Faculty Learning Corner, and I’ll see you next week for the last post of 2019!!!