Top Tools for Learning 2018

Jane Hart, Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies, Oct 02, 2018
Commentary by Stephen Downes

What's interesting about this year's list is that none of the top tools are actually e-learning tools. They include YouTube, Google, PowerPoint, LinkedIn, Twitter, Zoom and the like. General tools for information sharing. Indeed, it wasn't until the second page (OneNote at 16, Kahoot at 20) that anything resembling education tools could be found. On the third page we have Articulate (23) and on the fourth page we have Coursera (31). Something to think about. (Note: this list is located at a very generic URL, so if you're reading this in the future you may have to rely on Internet Archive to find the content from 2018).

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