Top 100 Tools for Learning

Die Top 100 Tools for Learning ist eine Sammlung von 100 Werkzeugen für das Lernen, die jährlich vom Centre for Learning and Performance Technologies erstellt wird.

Top 100 für das Jahr 2015

  1. Twitter
  2. YouTube
  3. Google Search
  4. Google Docs/Drive
  5. PowerPoint
  6. Dropbox
  7. Facebook
  8. WordPress
  9. Skype
  10. Evernote
  11. Prezi
  12. Wikipedia
  13. Pinterest
  14. LinkedIn
  15. Moodle
  16. iPad and Apps
  17. Kahoot
  18. Blogger
  19. PowToon
  20. SlideShare
  21. WhatsApp
  22. Google Chrome
  23. Google Hangouts
  24. SnagIt
  25. Audacity
  26. Articulate Storyline
  27. Screencast-O-Matic
  28. Yammer
  29. Padlet
  30. Word
  31. Camtasia
  32. Socrative
  33. Khan Academy
  34. Adobe Connect
  35. TEDTalks & TEDEd
  36. Feedly
  37. Canvas
  38. Adobe Captivate
  39. Edmodo
  40. Google+
  41. iSpring
  42. Diigo
  43. Google Scholar
  44. Coursera
  45. SharePoint
  46. OneNote
  47. Explain Everything
  48. Videoscribe
  49. Pocket
  50. Nearpod
  51. Office Mix
  52. Gmail
  53. Udutu
  54. Google Translate
  55. Keynote
  56. Excel
  57. Jing
  58. Adobe Photoshop
  59. Google Apps
  60. Scoopit
  61. Schoology
  62. Outlook
  63. GoAnimate
  64. SurveyMonkey
  65. Kindle & App
  66. Google Maps
  67. Notability
  68. Google Sites
  69. Quizlet
  70. Sway
  71. Vimeo
  72. WebEx
  73. Instagram
  74. Firefox
  75. iTunes & iTunesU
  76. iMovie
  77. Blackboard Collaborate
  78. Movie Maker
  79. Poll Everywhere
  80. TweetDeck
  81. Canva
  82. Trello
  83. Slack
  84. IFTTT
  85. EDpuzzle
  86. Flipboard
  87. Udemy
  88. TodaysMeet
  89. ThingLink
  90. Easygenerator
  91. Lectora
  92. Haiku Deck
  93. Piktochart
  94. Adobe Acrobat Pro
  95. Blackboard Learn
  96. Wordle
  97. Mentimeter
  98. SoftChalk
  99. edX
  100. Delicious

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