For the 12th year in a row, Jane Hart is once again asking professionals to vote on their own top tools for learning. I always look forward to Jane’s call for votes…as it provides an opportunity for me to reflect on my own use. Last year’s compilation can be found here. My post last year […]
This coming week, students in ILD-831 will be exploring tools for learning, including the analysis of a specific tool that they chose and exploration for how that tool might impact leadership. Meanwhile, in my EDU-6323 class, several students commented that articles such as Mike Wesch’s (2009) From Knowledgeable to Knowledge-able and EDUCAUSE’s (2015) Next Generation […]
Mary Meeker is out with her annual look at the “State of the Internet”…and as always, it is fascinating. Internet Trends 2017 Report from Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers Mary has been doing this since 2002, but I first became aware of the annual report back in 2011. I have since incorporated it into my […]
Jane Hart has opened up voting for the 2017 Top Tools used for learning. With the 11th Annual Learning Tools survey, Jane Hart will once again be compiling an overall Top 200 Tools for Learning 2017 as well as 3 sub-lists: Top 100 Tools for Personal & Professional Learning 2017 – ie. the tools used by individuals for […]
In my ILD831 class for Creighton University this week, my 12 students will be looking at digital tools. Using Jane Hart’s C4LPT Top 200 list as a starting point, they self-selected the following tools to explore and analyze from a leadership perspective (number indicates rank on the Top 200 list): Audacity (28) Canva (57) Clarify […]
Jane Hart tweeted that her 8th annual survey of learning professionals was out for her Top Tools for Learning 2014. I always find this list interesting and a great resource to share with my students. I regularly use quite a number, and have at least played with all but 18 of the top hundred. Last […]
I am not at the Educause Learning Initiative 2014 conference this year, but I always look forward to the New Media Consortium‘s annual Horizon Report, in which a team of colleagues from around the world attempt to forecast six key trends, six significant challenges, and six emerging technologies that will impact teaching and learning in […]
Interesting infographic from InternetProvider.Org on the positive and negative influences of hyperconnectiveness, based on the Pew Internet and American Life Project.
For six years now, Jane Hart has annually compiled the Top 100 Tools for Learning. She does this by crowdsourcing the list and having learning professionals in the field provide their top ten tools. One can submit their top ten tools via Twitter or Facebook or a survey. The 2011 list has had over 160,000 views on her […]
Infographics seem to be the rage right now, but I was impressed by one published today by Ryan Glass (a blogger at Frugal Dad): Source: FrugalDad Thoughts?