The Top 100 Tools for Learning 2012 list is revealed

Jane Hart

This year’s Top 100 Tools for Learning list (the 6th Annual Survey) has been compiled from the votes of 582 learning professionals worldwide – 55% working in education, 45% working in non-educational organizations.

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Jane Hart’s Top 100 Learning Tools

Jay Cross

It’s time once again to contribute to Jane Hart’s annual survey of tools for learning. Google. I really enjoy using Google to search images. If I need to remember who someone in a photograph is, Google will tell me about 80% of the time.

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Trending Sources

What’s Your Learning Tool Stack?

Clark Quinn

You can see the results of Jane Hart’s annual survey, but I’m carving it up into a finer granularity, because I think it changes depending on the ‘level’ at which you’re working, ala the Coherent Organization.

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My Top 10 Tools for Learning 2011

Jane Hart

In 2011 I now use Google Reader , and although it is no longer my most indispensable tool, it is still an important tool for me to keep up to date with what is happening in the “learning&# world. . 5 – In 2007 I chose Polldaddy , as I could use it to create short polls and surveys.

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Voting closes in a few days for the Top Tools for Learning 2012. Please cast your vote.

Jane Hart

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 to name them indvidually, e.g. Google Docs, Google Reader. c) Privately - Please click on the link below to take the survey in a pop-up window.

Most popular posts about Working Smarter for July 2012

Jay Cross

Importing HTML into Google Docs spreadsheets . Rick Klau points [ g+ ] to a feature of Google Docs spreadsheets I didn’t know about (although I’m far from a spreadsheet maven): It can automatically include a table from any HTML document accessible on the Web. July, 2012.

Notes from ALT-C

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

they use e-surveys, google docs, and universoty systemss - reliability issues & eduroad - "It can take me up to 20 minutes to get everything up and running" - [link] - [link] - What worked - email list Jenny Mackness and Roy Williams - we''re not going to explain terribly much - this is a workshop - we''re looking at emergence.

Social Software Adoption

Tony Karrer

Survey Results: Enterprise 2.0 Adoption : 98% of those surveyed are using Enterprise 2.0 An example of that is the adoption of Distributed Content Editing via an agreed to technology such as Wiki, Shared SharePoint Documents, Google Docs, etc.

My Twitter Weekly Links Digest for 2011-07-24

Jane Hart

RT @ fdomon : 19 Interesting Ways* to (possibly) use Google … – “Google Docs&# [link] #. G.Co: Google Has a New URL Shortener [link] @ mashable <only for Google products #. Big bonuses coming for Google Apps users, says InfoWorld [link] #. Google+ is the social backbone [link] via @ radar #. RT @ eLearningGuild : Plz take the Social Media for Learning survey [link] #. Tweet.

Tools Used

Clark Quinn

survey and report. delicious, Picassa, Ning, Google Docs/Google Apps, Second Life, Blogger, iGoogle, orkut, FriendFeed, Internal workplace community, PBWiki, Xing, Digg, Friendster (really?), I've been working with Steve Wexler and the eLearningGuild on the eLearning 2.0

[berkman] Transforming Scholarly Communication

David Weinberger

Google Wave. E.g., the Sloan Digital Sky Survey ios a prototyupe in data publishing: 350M web hits in 6yrs, 930k distinct users, 10k astronmers, delivered 100B rows of data. Swivel, IBM’s Many Eyes , Google’s Gapminder , Freebase, CSA’s Illustra… The business models are shifting. Also Slideshare and Google Docs. But we’re also thinking about how you do it without the old containers, on the Web, in Google Wave, etc.

My Take on the Top 25

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

Google Reader - It's also a major workhorse, though I am slowly improving my own aggregator so it can take over from Google. Google calendar - I use this quite a bit, which is a new thing for me. Not so much Google Calendar, but the idea of using any calendaring tool at all (I used to simply remember all my appointments, but I'm getting old.) Google Docs - I use it a little, but not a lot. That's why Jane Hart surveys 115 people, and not just me.

New Work and New Work Skills

Clark Quinn

My recent Survey - Do You Know What These Are? Who still uses CD's? ;) While I would not claim the survey is scientific, I think the results were quite predictable. Well consider the following: I effectively use the Google filetype operator? I know what does the Google "~" operator does? really was all about new work skills - skills we should be learning. Actually, it's also about the fact that there's not really new work as much as there is new work skills.

When #Andyasks, What Are the Answers?

Andy McAfee

Whenever I think of a question I write it down in a google doc, then fire ‘em off each day in about 20 seconds. pixbook July 30, 2009 at 11:25 pm Ways to make money Really want to know the results of the survey. Photo of Andrew McAfee Home Blog About RSS Andrew McAfees Blog The Business Impact of IT Tweet When #Andyasks, What Are the Answers?

Futures of the Internet

Doc Searls

Earlier this year the Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project and Elon University conducted research toward The Future of the Internet IV , the latest in their survey series , which began with Future of the Internet I – 2004. Here’s the whole list: Will Google make us stupid? 1. Will Google make us smart or stupid? Nicholas Carr was wrong: Google does not make us stupid ( [link] ). Look up RSS on Google.

The Enterprise 2.0 Recovery Plan

Andy McAfee

This suite would include blogs, wikis (including collaborative document production tools like Google Docs), discussion boards, SNS, a microblogging tool like Twitter or Yammer, a tagging utility, prediction markets, ways to vote on good content (a la Digg ) and ways to give praise or good karma to particularly helpful colleagues. It’s also easy to conduct surveys and find out if employees like the new tools, and prefer them to previous ways of collaborating.