Jane Hart has been surveying and compiling this Top Tools for Learning list for 14 years. It is one of the best lists for teachers to use to investigate online tools for use in their classrooms. The crowdsourced nature of the results ensures others have found the tools useful and beneficial to their students learning. It’s like the old adage - “The cream rises to the top.”
I find in useful to cross reference with those tools that I continue to use just to see if people have found better alternatives. It also allows me to make sure I have not missed one of the new tools that may offer improved features or do something completely new.
Spend some time on the C4LPT site to really investigate some of these Web 2.0 tools. Also check out the Graphic Analysis of the results in the different categories.