E-Learning Awards 2010 Launched

by | Feb 18, 2010 | Articles

The new 2010 E-Learning awards were launched at the Learning Technologies event in January this year.

Towards Maturity  are really proud to support these awards as each category has been design to really promote excellence in the use of learning technologies for building skills and performance.  Though our partnership with the awards, we are able to bring our readers plenty of hints and tips from  previous winners and to share the secrets of their success.

You can read more about the 2009 elearning award winners here but if you have been inspired, why not give it a go?

The award categories are as follows:

  • Meeting the needs of compliance for an external regulator or an internal workforce
  • Best use of mobile learning
  • The best use of rapid e-learning content
  • The best use of synchronous e-learning
  • The best online or distance learning programme
  • The best learning game, simulation or virtual environment
  • The best use of social media for learning (NEW for 2010)
  • The most innovative new product or tool in e-learning
  • The best e-learning project securing widespread adoption
  • Excellence in the production of learning content – Not for Profit Sector
  • Excellence in the production of learning content – Private Sector
  • Excellence in the production of learning content – Public Sector
  • E-learning internal project team of the year
  • E-learning industry award for outstanding achievement – individual
  • E-learning industry award for outstanding achievement – corporate

The judging criteria are clearly laid out ( thanks to the award Judging Partner – the eLearning Network) and you can check them out here.

You have plenty of time to get ready as the deadline for registration of entry is the 30 June 2010 ( with the deadline for submission of entry on the 30 July 2010).

If you need a helping hand, take a look at A judge’s perspective on how to win awards! ( or download the article below!)

 

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