Every year, Jane Hart, expert in helping organisations to develop modern learning experiences, publishes a list of top tools for learning. This year, the 11th year of the annual survey, Jane has analysed the responses of over 2,000 learning professionals. This includes designers, developers, deliverers, educators, managers, administrators and consultants.
The top 2 of this year's list remain the same, with Google being the 2nd most popular tool and You Tube being yet again, number 1. Yes folks, people are looking for video more than ANYTHING else. Other popular tools includes Twitter at number 5, one of my personal favourite platforms when it comes to developing yourself. So much so, I'm running a session on the topic this Friday at 10am... You can find the details just here.
It's nice to see Zoom zooming up the charts to leaping 38 places up to number 28 spot. Zoom is something I have come to rely on as a remote worker. Like Skype, but with much better quality, Zoom allows me to connect with others face to face in a video call with screen sharing. In fact, Zoom has been a big contributer in helping a Working Out Loud group I've been a part of staying connected and learning.
I'd highly recommend you spend a few moments reviewing this list of tools.
I'm interested to hear back from you. Are there tools in there that you've found quite useful? Are there any new ones in there that you want to explore?