Congratulations to everyone who has been shortlisted for this year’s eLearning Awards.
You can find out more about the projects and organisations that have made it to the next stage here:
Thirty five independent eLearning Network judges spent a large part of August working through over 400 submissions from around the world – spread through 19 different categories – awarding scores against specific criteria for each category.
Most of the shortlisted nominees are now busy preparing to fight it out at final presentations, starting later this month at the Kia Oval, ahead of the top prizes being awarded in November at the E-Learning Awards Gala Evening at the Park Plaza Westminster Bridge.
You can see who the judges are here: http://www.learningtechnologies.co.uk/Content/Meet-the-judges
It’s hard work for everyone involved – for the nominees in making their case as well as they can, and for the judges with the important decisions they’ll need to continue to make. But it’s what makes these awards the Gold standard, recognising the very best eLearning has to offer.
I’d like to take the opportunity, on behalf of the eLN – and as Chair of the Judges – to publicly thank all of the entrants and the judges for their huge efforts over the summer.
Alongside our friends at Learning Technologies and their sponsors, the eLN is proud to be at the very heart of the awards and I think we can all be proud of our contribution to moving our industry forward through this exercise in recognising excellence.
Chair of the eLearning Awards Judges