Posted by: char booth | 11 February 2008

top 100 e-learning tools.

The Centre for Learning and Performance Technologies recently released their Top 100 Tools for Learning list, compiled by a number of educators and instructional technologists. The obvious contenders are mostly in the top 10 (WordPress, Skype, PowerPoint, Google Apps), but I was a bit surprised by Firefox coming in at number 2 (and number 1 last year). Comparing the current list with older versions is interesting, while there are a number of lesser-known products profiled in the remainder of the list… definitely worth looking over.


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  1. And speaking of..look at this: http://arstechnica.com/news.ars/post/20080210-the-future-of-firefox-chris-blizzard-speaks-at-scale.html


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