Top 100 tools for learning 2013

I posted the Top 100 Tools for Learning 2011.  Here is the Top 100 tools for learning 2013 by Jane Hart Centre for Learning and Performance Technologies (C4LPT).  Jane also categorised the tools based on how they can be used.

Best presentation tool
Gold:  PowerPoint  (5)
Silver: Prezi (15)
Bronze: Keynote (53)

Best e-learning authoring tool
Gold: Articulate (24)
Silver: Adobe Captivate (37)
Bronze: iSpring solutions (46)

Best screencapture or screencasting tool
Gold: Jing (27)
Silver: Camtasia (28)
Bronze: Snagit (31)

Best live e-learning/webinar tool
Gold: Google Hangouts (10)
Silver: Adobe Connect  (30)
Bronze: Webex (44)

Best learning management system or learning platform
Gold: Moodle (11)
Silver: Coursera (38)
Bronze: eFront (67)

Best file sharing tool
Gold: YouTube (3)
Silver: Slideshare (16)
Bronze:  Flickr (52)

Best social network
Gold: Twitter (1)
Silver: Facebook (9)
Bronze: Google+ (10)

Best private social networking platform
Gold: Yammer (20)
Silver:  Edmodo (29)
Bronze: Ning (96)

Best collaboration tool  
Gold: Google Docs (2)
Silver: Skype (13)
Bronze: Diigo (21)

Best curation tool
Gold: Pinterest (22)
Silver:  Scoopit  (23)
Bronze: Flipboard (36)

Best blogging tool
Gold: WordPress (8)
Silver: Blogger (18)
Bronze: Tumblr (65)

Best productivity tool
Gold: Evernote (6)
Silver:  Pocket (49)
Bronze: OneNote (69)

Best file storage / synchronization service
Gold: Google Drive  (2)
Silver: Dropbox  (7)
Bronze: Skydrive (43)

Best newcomer (not appearing in another category)
Gold: Feedly – replacing Google Reader as the RSS reader of choice (19)
Silver:  Today’sMeet – private backchannel tool (85)
Bronze:  WhatsApp – private messaging tool (86)

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