The Centre for Learning and Performance Technologies in the UK, has released its 'Top 10 Tools for Learning'.
Based on contributions from 118 educators, this list contains a very high proportion of free tools (maybe Wired magazine is on to something...); and highlights many of the social tools that have been the focus of the edublogosphere for the past many months.
Del.icio.us is the new Number 1;
Google Reader has climbed within the top ten to Number 4;
PowerPoint may finally be beginning its slow fade;
Twitter skyrockets from 43 to 15;
Jing and Wetpaint both debut in the top 50;
Google Earth was only recommended by 3 of those surveyed...
Top 10 screen grab from: http://www.c4lpt.co.uk/recommended/top100.html
Does anything in the survey results surprise you?