Yesterday I finalised the Top 100 Tools for Learning 2010 list. Many thanks to the 545 people who shared their Top 10 Tools for Learning and contributed to the building of the list. Although this list is available online, I also created this presentation which provides the information as a slideset - embedded below.
Last year's presentation has been viewed over 90,000 times on Slideshare, so I hope this one is equally useful.
I have also produced a number of other pages that offer different view on the results.
The Winners & Losers 2010 page shows the tools that have gone up and down the list or fallen off it completely or are new entrants this year. So for instance here you can find out:
- Which was the highest ranked new tool this year?
- Which tool climbest the most places on the list this year?
- Which tool descended the most on the list this year?
- Which was the highest ranking tool on the 2009 list that lost its place this year?
The Best in Breed 2010 page displays the tools list in tools categories, so for instance you can find the top blogging tools or top wiki tools or top screencasting tools.
A further page provides a list of all the tools that have appeared in the Top 100 Tools list between 2007 and 2010, which makes for interesting reading and analysis of trends. For example, which of the 172 tools listed have consistently appeared on each of the 4 year's lists? You can find out HERE.
Going forward into 2011
It was suggested to me by a number of people that rather than closing this list, I should keep it open and continue to evolve and build the list. The Emerging 2011 list is therefore already online, and open for anyone to share their Top 10 Tools in the usual way. In fact there have already been a few contributions! So feel free to add your own at any time.