Vote in the 8th Annual Survey for the Top 100 Tools for Learning 2014
Over 900 votes in already! Click here to see some of the votes for the 2014 list
Voting closes at noon GMT on Friday 19 September 2014
and the Top 100 Tools list will be revealed on Monday 22 September 2014.
What is a learning tool?
A learning tool is any software or online tool or service that you use either for your own personal or professional learning, for teaching or training, or for creating e-learning.
- You will need to name ten different tools for your entry to count.
- Please name ten specific tools rather than generic technologies (e.g. “Blogger” or “WordPress”, rather than “blogs” or “blogging”).
- A vote for Google will be a vote for Google Search, so if you want to vote for other Google tools, you will need to name them individually, e.g. Google Docs/Drive, Google Scholar, Google Maps, etc. A vote for Google Apps will be for the badged collection of Google Apps for Business or Education, not a generic term for all Google applications.
- A vote for Microsoft Office will be split over Word and PowerPoint, so please vote individually for these tools, i.e. Word, Powerpoint, Excel, Outlook etc.
- You will need to validate your role as a learning professional – by providing a link to your online profile. (Note, that providing a link to a Twitter page that shows no profile details is not valid.)
- Finally, contributions are accepted only at the discretion of the Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies. IP addresses are recorded and votes are moderated to avoid spamming or gaming of the process.
How to vote
There are a number of ways to vote
- use the form below to vote for your top 10 tools for learning. For each tool that you name you can optionally add any information about how you use it or why you like it. If you are happy for us to quote your choices (and reasons) publicly at any time, please check the box at the bottom of the form, otherwise your selection/reasons will remain anonymous.
- tweet your 10 choices to @C4LPT from a valid Twitter account that provides your credentials as a learning professional.
- write a blog post about your choice and tweet/email the link to email@example.com