On 21st September I released the Top 100 Tools for Learning 2015. This is the 9th list I have put together, and this year it was compiled from the votes of over 2,000 voters from 63 countries around the world, working in different roles in education and workplace learning (see slide 4 of the slideset). I define a learning tool as
“any software or online tool or service that can be used for your own personal learning or for teaching or training”
I have read every one of the entries – together with all the comments that have been left, and this year I can see 10 #trends that I think are important for those working in workplace learning.
Curated from www.c4lpt.co.uk
Jane Hart has elaborated on her recently published top 100 tools list with this set of trends shaping L&D. Some great insights here.