e-learning excellence celebrated

by | Nov 9, 2007 | Articles

 A journey towards e-learning maturity within any organisation is not always easy and all successes deserve celebration. On the 8th of November it was great to honour those whose journeys were shortlisted n the 2007 e-learning awards, those who received special mentions for excellence and the outright winners.

Over the coming months, in association with the award organisers, e-learning age magasine and the e-learning network, e-skills UK will provide an opportunity to take a closer look at those commended at the awards. Our first story to share is that of the winner of the Return on Investment award – Thirdforce with Care UK.

Ewould like to offer our congratulations to all the winners!

The Winners of the E-Learning Awards 2007 are:

The most innovative new product in e-learning
Winner: Plateau Systems
Special Mention: 3MRT
Special Mention: Saffron Interactive

• The most Innovative application of learning technology

Winner: Making Change Happen

Special Mention: Channel Content

• Excellence in the production of learning content
Gold Winner: e-LfH
Silver Winner: Royal Caribbean Cruise Line
Bronze Winner: NCALT
• Meeting the needs of compliance for an external regulator or an internal workforce
Winner: ThirdForce

Special Mention: CCEA

The best e-learning project securing widespread adoption
Winner: Superquinn and Information Transfer
Special Mention: Epic

• The best example of supporting learners online
Winner: Kirklees Metropolitan Council
Special Mention: Learning and Teaching Scotland

• Achieving inclusivity for learners of all aptitudes and abilities
Special Mention: The e-Learning Foundation

• The most tangible project ROI

Winner: ThirdForce
• The e.learning age young professional of the year award
Winner: Patrick Thomas of LINE Communications
• The e.learning age team of the year (public sector)
Winner: London Gifted and Talented
The e.learning age team of the year (private sector)
Winner: Marton House
The e.learning age industry award for outstanding achievement
Winner: Atlantic Link


This article was originally created by the Work based e-learning project at e-skills UK and is reproduced with kind permission.

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