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Learning Impact 2007 Award Winners


Learning Impact 2007 Award Winners

The Learning Impact Awards are designed to recognize the most impactful use of technology worldwide in support of learning. This unique program evaluates established, new, and research efforts in context at an implementing learning institution.

Platinum Awards:


  • ETS Criterion Online Writing Evaluation service at Farragut High School, Knox County Public Schools
  • Cyber Home Learning System of Korea
  • OpenLearn at the Open University, United Kingdom (supported by Moodle)


Gold Awards:

  • HarvestRoad Hive & the Resource List Management System at the University of Western Australia
  • The California State University (CSU) Math and English Success Websites and the CSU Fresno Fast Forward Program
  • European eTwinning Action by European Schoolnet

Silver Awards:

  • Using Giunti Labs learn eXact LCMS at the UK NHS and Royal College of Radiologists R-ITI Project
  • Microsoft Research ConferenceXP at Australian School of the Air and Classroom Presenter at University of Washington
  • Respondus 3.5 and University of Alberta

Bronze Awards:

  • Tegrity Campus 2.0 at Saint Mary's University
  • Articulate at Jefferson County Public Schools
  • Wimba’s Course Genie: An Authoring Tool for Common Cartridge at Langside College

Honorable mentions:

  • eCollege Program Intelligence Manager at Iowa Community College Online Consortium 
  • Desire2Learn at Office of Open Learning, University of Guelph
  • Microsoft Learning Gateway at Shireland Language College
  • BlueStream Digital Asset Management System At The University Of Michigan (supported by Ancept and IBM)
  • ANGEL at Penn State 
  • UGO Online Academic Resource Management system at the University of Montreal (supported by Logiweb) 
  • A study on how to enhance support for the Cyber Home Learning System by Korea Education & Research Information Service 
  • Meeting the Needs of a Global Student Body with Jenzabar at Park University
  • Microsoft Partners in Learning at Ministry of Education, Thailand
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