The 2010 e-learning award Winners

by | Oct 28, 2010 | Articles

We would like to congratulate everyone who picked up an award at the glittering 2010 Elearning award ceremony last night.

The standard this year has been amazing & the winners really showcase excellence and act as an inspiration to us all. Congratulations to everyone!

Check out the E-Learning Award website for judges citations and pictures but here are the winners ( plus some initial information and demos for those looking for new ideas or are just nosy!)

Meeting the needs of compliance for an external regulator or an internal workforce

  • GOLD: PricewaterhouseCoopers UK and Brightwave
  • SILVER: Atlas Interactive -Find out about the project MIST
  • BRONZE: SAI Global/AstraZeneca

(Also shortlisted  ThirdForce, essential.genius,Inmarkets and UBS)

The best use of mobile learning

  • GOLD: Learnosity – check out this demo

(Also shorlisted LINE Communications, ispeakuspeak)

The best use of rapid e-learning content

  • GOLD :Bupa Health and Wellbeing UK and Brightwave
  • SILVER: Everything Everywhere
  • BRONZE: ispeakuspeak

(Also shorlisted O2 and Kineo)
The best learning game, simulation or virtual environment

  • GOLD: Parliament’s Education Service and Lightbox Education  – check out MP for a Week
  • SILVER: St George’s, University of London
  • BRONZE: Market Class

(Also shortlisted – CA Technologies)

The best use of social media for learning

  • GOLD: The Open University
  • SILVER:GradeGuru, from McGraw-Hill

The most innovative new product or tool in e-learning

  • GOLD: MyWorkSearch – integrating learning and application – find out more
  • SILVER: AiSolve – 3D environments for learning trade skills – take a look at how it works for plumbing (1 or 2 mins into video)
  • BRONZE:TAG Developments

(Also shortlisted Gilead Europe and TRiBECA Knowledge ,Rustici Software and SkillSoft)
The best e-learning project securing widespread adoption

  • GOLD :SIVECO Romania – The Romanian IT-Based education system
  • SILVER: GlobalEnglish and ArcelorMittal – find out more
  • BRONZE: e-Learning for Healthcare: e-Learning Anaesthesia – find out more

(Also shortlisted CA Technologies, Department of Health ,Gloucester Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and e2train and The National Strategies)
Excellence in the production of learning content – Not for Profit Sector

  • GOLD One Plus One and Nelson Croom

(Also shortlisted – Olympic Delivery Authority  and Social Care Institute for Excellence)
Excellence in the production of learning content – Public Sector

  • GOLD: Gloucester Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and e2train – find out more
  • SILVER: e-Learning for Healthcare: e-GP – find out more
  • BRONZE Screenmedia: The Big Plus – Get Ready for Work

(Alson shortlisted: e-Learning for Healthcare: Adolescent Healthcare, iCollege, National Defense University and Making IT Personal: Joining the DOTs – Barnsley Council, Sheffield College, Sero Consulting and others)
Excellence in the production of learning content – Private Sector

(Also shortlisted Boots UK , Hibernia College, Infosys Technologies, Saffron Interactive and Heathrow Express and The Fifth Business)
The best use of synchronous e-learning

  • GOLD Hibernia College

(Also shortlisted Englishtown and Learning Tree International)

The best online or distance learning programme – Not for Profit

  • GOLD: IMC (UK) Learning and the Fire Service College – find out more

(Also shortlisted Foreign and Commonwealth Office and Walkgrove)
 

The best online or distance learning programme – Corporate Learning

  •  GOLD: Infinity Learning and British American Tobacco

(Also shortlisted Executive Conversation,ILX Group and KCA Deutag Drilling Group)
The best online or distance learning programme – Education

  • GOLD: University of Edinburgh and Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh
  • SILVER: Englishtown
  • BRONZE:Hibernia College

(Also shortlisted Lightbox Education and Centre for Educational Leadership (CEL) with National College for Leadership of Schools and Children’s Service)

E-learning development company of the year

(Also shortlisted: Axia Interactive Media ,GlobalEnglish Corporation, Kineo, Learning Pool,Marton House and Safety Media)
E-learning industry award for outstanding achievement – individual

  •  GOLD WINNER: Mark Harrison – Kineo – find out more about Mark’s work on LinkedIn

(Also shortlisted: Mike Alcock – Kaplan IT Learning, Adrian Birch – Jaguar Land Rover, Sean Rowland – Hibernia College, Julian Stodd – Marton House)
E-learning industry award for outstanding achievement – corporate

(Also Shortlisted: Hibernia College and Redware)

E-learning internal project team of the year – Private Sector

  • GOLD: Home Retail Group

(Also shortlisted Lloyd’s Register and Telefonica O2 UK)
E-learning internal project team of the year – Public Sector

  • GOLD : Capita National Strategies

(Also shortlisted Lincolnshire County Council and St George’s, University of London )

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