The results are in — learning professionals around the globe have voted!
The report on the 100 most valued learning tools in 2013 has been published at the Centre for Learning and Performance Technologies. Jane Hart, the C4LPT founder and leader, built the list from selections identified by more than 500 learning professionals from 48 countries. (Keep reading because this report assists personal learners as much as “learning professionals”.)
SURPRISED? I AM!
The report surprised me because some technologies seemed to fall well outside a learning context. Their inclusion and rankings made me reconsider the many tools I use to aid my online learning and that of others for personal or professional growth. Then I realized two things. These tools are part of my tacit knowledge + skill foundation. Second, they are vital to my communicating, collaborating, or producing something of value that others may hear, read, or respond to. These knowledge-building tools are like the ancient Phillips screwdriver or Read more