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Top 100 Tools for Learning 2013 Below is a list of the top 100 web tools compiled from a survey run by Centre for Learning and Performance Technologies ( C4LPT). Votes of over 500 learning professionals (from education and workplace learning) from 48 countries were collected and analyzed to come up with this final selection. Here are some of the highlights taken from C4PLT: Introduction to Online Learning: Are You Ready to Be an Online Learner? "Change is the end result of all true learning." — Leo Buscaglia You’ve seen all those great commercials about attending school from home in your pajamas, or maybe you’ve heard from someone you know that taking university classes online is a wonderful solution for working parents who want to get a degree. It could be that you just want the freedom that seems to go with online learning.
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10 Emerging Education and Instructional Technologies that all Educators Should Know About (2012) Naturally, as author of EmergingEdTech, I’m always keeping an eye out for education and instructional technologies that are emerging from the seemingly endless array of tools and concepts that are out there – which applications and ideas are rising to the fore and best positioned to enhance engagement and impact learning? This year I’ve also been working with constituents at The College of Westchester to develop a Strategic Technology Plan for the next 3 years, so it’s never been more important for me to be aware of those impactful education technologies and concepts that are on the horizon or are already in use and pulling ahead of the pack. Since this listing is more pointedly focused on emerging technologies and looking out over the next few years than the list I published at this time last year, it should not come as a surprise that there are a lot of new entries here (edging out six technologies that remain prevalent and potent, but are more ‘established’ than ’emerging’).
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