The E-Learning Awards were set up in 2005 to honour the best that e-learning can offer - the programmes, projects, teams, individuals and strategies which have enjoyed the greatest success. The 16 categories have been revised and refreshed for 2011
Now in their sixth year, the E-Learning Awards are firmly established as the primary source of recognition for best practice in elearning. The eLN plays an important part in the awards, establishing the criteria by which the entries will be evaluated and carrying out the judging.
Criteria & Judging
The E-Learning Awards for 2011 will be judged against a set of criteria which can be seen below. The shortlist will be determined by a panel drawn from the membership of the eLearning Network as well as invited guests. The E-Learning Awards are unique since much of the judging will be open, transparent and verifiable. As well as assessing the submissions against the award criteria, the judges will be looking for demonstrable evidence to support the application. This evidence will be available for anyone to inspect at a later date. All submissions will be considered and a shortlist produced. Those on the shortlist will be invited to present their submission to the judges in person and a winner will be selected from these presentations. Some categories require evidence from learners or users which may be followed up by the judges. In these cases please ensure that your submission includes evidence from your client and include contact details.