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The Mother of All EdTech Lists: 100 Learning Tools to Explore

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The edtech tool chest is getting downright frothy now. We’re all for lists that help cut through all the noise, but a 100 list is pushing things.

The problem with a monster mama list of 100 tools is that the top tools is Twitter, followed by YouTube, Google Docs and Skype. You get the idea.

C4LPT, the Center for Learning and Performance Technology in the UK, assembled the list. Their methodology was simple. They aggregated the responses of the top ten lists of 531 learning professionals.

Still, to be fair there are a lot of very interesting tools that emerge once you get past 30. So take a spin:


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