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The Learning Impact Awards are designed to recognize the most impactful use of technology worldwide in support of learning. The Learning Impact program’s purpose is to recognize outstanding applications of technology that address the challenges facing the global education and training industries.
The program awards companies that stand out at improving the quality of and access to education, and excel at harnessing the power of new technologies and at addressing key educational challenges worldwide.
The Brandon Hall Excellence in Learning Technology Awards are presented by Brandon Hall Group, a leading research firm in training and development. The Learning Technology Awards program showcases innovations in the fields of learning, talent, and performance.
"These excellent tools and systems are the cutting edge of learning technology," said Tom Werner, director of the Awards program. "They really change for the better how people learn."
Human Resource Executive® is the premier publication focused on strategic issues in HR. Written primarily for vice presidents and directors of human resources, the magazine provides these key decision-makers with news, profiles of HR visionaries and success stories of human resource innovators. Stories cover all areas of human resource management, including personnel, benefits, training and development, HR information systems, relocation, retirement planning, workplace security, and health care.
Each year, HRE honors selected human resources and training services for their excellence in manpower management and development. This recognition is one of the most important, global distinctions for HR products.
The E-Learning Awards recognize successful online learning programs from the private, public and non-profit sectors. In 2010, this award went to EF’s online English school for its excellent use of online media and new technologies to effectively enhance quality and accelerate speed of learning.
The awards were first given out in 2005 by e.Learning age, Europe's leading e-learning magazine. Today, the highly coveted accolades set the industry standard for excellence in online learning and are renowned for their high standards and unbiased judging.
The Society for Pedagogy and Information (GPI), a scientific society for multimedia, educational technology and media didactics, gives the Comenius-EduMedia-Awards for outstanding products in the field of ICT-supported educational media.
The Comenius-EduMedia-Awards are one of the most important distinctions for multimedia products in Europe. The awards are usually, but not exclusively, presented to publishing houses and educational institutions.
"Choosing the companies with the strongest potential was by no means a small feat," says Alex Vieux, publisher and CEO of the weekly Red Herring magazine. "After rigorous contemplation and discussion, we narrowed our list down from hundreds of candidates to the Top 100 Winners. We believe EF’s online English school embodies the vision, drive and innovation that define a successful entrepreneurial venture. EF should be proud of its accomplishment, as the competition was very strong."
Red Herring's prestigious Top 100 list is exclusively populated with companies and entrepreneurs who display outstanding promise. It recognizes the top private companies and celebrates new innovations in business.
The Interactive Media Awards™ recognize the highest standards of excellence in website design and development. They honor individuals, as well as organizations, for outstanding achievement.
Created by the Interactive Media Council, Inc. (IMC), a nonprofit organization of leading web professionals, the competition is designed to elevate the standards of excellence on the Internet. IMC serves as the primary sponsor and governing body of the Interactive Media Awards, establishes the judging system and provides the judges for the competition.
The W³ Awards go to companies that demonstrate creative excellence on the web. They recognize the originators of award-winning sites, videos and marketing programs and are the only major online competition as winnable by Fortune 500 companies as by solo start-ups.
The W³ Awards are judged by the International Academy of Visual Arts, an invitation-only body whose members are the interactive service, advertising, and marketing firm elite.
The WebAwards celebrate digital services that not only blend creativity with functionality, but also focus on the overall interactive experience enjoyed by users. The awards are part of an established online competition which highlights the best websites across 96 industries. Indeed, the WebAwards set the standard to which website developers aspire.
The Web Marketing Association, which established the WebAwards, was founded in 1997 to set and maintain a high bar for internet marketing and online website development. The organization is made up of internet marketing, online advertising, PR, and top website design professionals whose common goal is to improve the quality of websites in their respective fields.
The Davey Awards are creative awards whose sole objective is to honor outstanding original concepts from companies across the globe. In 2010, Davey Award winning hopefuls came from over 4,000 ad agencies, interactive agencies, production firms, in-house creative professionals, graphic designers, design firms, and PR companies.
The awards are judged by the International Academy of Visual Arts (IAVA), an organization of leading professionals from a diverse range of visual arts sectors. The selectors reward progress and embrace the evolving nature of media in all its formats.