Top 200 Tools for Learning 2017

Jane Hart, Oct 02, 2017
Commentary by Stephen Downes

The 2017 Jane Hart's list of the top tools used for e-learning (by mostly professionals) is now available. The list is now 200 tools long, but really, after 50 or so you're getting into the cruft. The top of the list, by contrast, is much more mainstream than in the past: YouTube, Google Search, PowerPoint, Google Docs, Twitter, Word, LinkedIn, Facebook and WordPress. The first big surprise on the list is Trello, a project tracking tool up 21 places to take the 22 spot. Zoom, a video meeting tool, has shot up 38 places to rank 28th. 

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