Top 100 Tools for Learning for 2014
Every year, Jane Hart provides a list of the top 100 software used by professionals around the world. The result last year came from 1038 respondents from 61 countries around the world. Twitter, Google Drive and Youtube still retained their positions as Top 1, 2, and 3 in the list. Powerpoint is on the fourth and Google Search is on the fifth. The free blogging platform WordPress (used by Math and Multimedia) is on the sixth. To know more about the list, explore the slide share below.
The Top 100 Tools for Learning 2014
Some of the FREE software/website on the list that you might want to explore are the following:
- Haiku Deck (67) – a presentation, quiz and report software
- IFTTT (67)- If this then that is an if then software which let’s you set conditions that will trigger actions.
- Kahoot (81) – a game based classroom response system
- Edpuzzle (90)- a presentation and quiz tool that let’s you crop, annotate, embed quizzes on videos from popular sources such as Youtube.