Announcing the e-learning award winners 08

by | Nov 7, 2008 | Articles

We congratulate all those who won prestigious awards at the ceremony for the e-learning awards 2008. The quality of the entries this year were exceptional and we look forward to sharing their stories on Towards Maturity for others to be inspired over the next 12 months.

Most Innovative New Product or Tool in E-learning

  • GOLD – Digital publishing
  • SILVER – Autology
  • BRONZE – Diageo and Epic

Most Innovative Application of Learning Technology

  • Commendation to Edvantage Group and Bupa
  • Commendation  to Royal Navy in conjunction with IMC UK

Excellence in the Production of Learning Content

  • GOLD – NCALT
  • SILVER – Royal Bank of Scotland
  • Special mention also to LINE Communications

Meeting the Needs of Compliance for an External Regulator

  • WINNER– Coventry Building Society
  • Commendation to Unicorn Training Group, the Chartered Insurance Institute & the British Insurance Brokers Association

Best E-learning Project Securing Widespread Adoption

  • GOLD – Doctors.net.uk
  • SILVER – Toyota and CERTPOINT Europe
  • Special mention – NCALT

Best Use of Rapid E-learning Content

  • GOLD – BBC Training & Development
  • SILVER – Kineo & Cable & Wireless

Best Use of Synchronous E-learning

  • GOLD – The Dental Channel
  • SILVER – Stockton City Learning Centre

Best Online or Distance Learning Project

  • GOLD – e-Learning for Healthcare
  • SILVER – Hibernia College
  • Commendation to Plan

Best Learning Game, Simulation or Virtual Environment

  • WINNER – Caspian Learning

E-learning Internal Project Team of the Year

  • WINNER – AXA UK

E-learning Development Company of the Year

  • WINNER – Kineo

E-learning Industry Award for Outstanding Achievement – Corporate

  • WINNER – NCALT

E-learning Industry Award for Outstanding Achievement – Individual

  • WINNER – Nick Lee – Hampshire Learning Centre, Hampshire County Council
  • WINNER – Peter Phillips – Unicorn Training Group

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