Educational Technology Survey Data

Two interesting surveys out this morning.

First, the data from Emerging EdTech’s survey on Educational Technologies that Impact Student Learning. Over 70% of their respondents are in secondary or higher education. Although the needs of the two groups aren’t identical, here’s what they said regarding which technologies can make the biggest difference (you can click on the image to enlarge it):

Bar graph of popular educational technologies. Top three: professional development, internet access, mobile technologies.

Second, and more specifically,  Jane Hart’s Top 100 Tools for Learning 2011 list has been finalized. The top tool? Twitter. We’ll definitely be covering Twitter-related topics in the coming weeks!

Top 100 Tools for Learning 2011

Also, check out her cool breakdown of the winners and losers – pretty interesting to see the year-to-year change for some of the tools.
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