Entry into the Learning Technologies Awards 2017 is open and is expected to attract some of the most recognisable, memorable, and life-changing elearning initiatives anywhere in the the world. The Learning Technologies Awards are internationally recognised and open to organisations of all sizes.
Independently judged to the highest and most rigorous of standards, there is no greater recognition of the hard work and commitment to elearning than winning a Learning Technologies Award.
“To enter an award organisations first need to choose their categories and register before the June 30 deadline. Written submissions then follow in July, followed by the judging process and the winners will be celebrated at a glittering gala evening at the Park Plaza Westminster Bridge Hotel in London,” explained Mark Penton of CloserStill Media.
“Reaching the shortlist is really something to shout about. Winning is proof to your, clients, colleagues and rivals that you're at the top of your game – a shining example to the learning and technology world,” added Penton.
There are 16 awards categories to choose from, including:
Best learning technologies project, excellence in the design of learning content, best use of mobile learning and best learning game. The complete list of categories for the 2017 programme is available via the Learning Technologies Awards website.
Learning Technologies Awards 2017 sponsors include Brightwave Group and Highfield E-Learning and further sponsorship opportunities are available from the organisers: enquiries by email to Kate Vose, email@example.com.
About Learning Technologies Awards
CloserStill, which organises the annual Learning Technologies exhibition and conference, runs the annual Learning Technologies Awards. The awards celebrate the best in learning technology across the private, public and third sectors. Winning a Learning Technologies award is a highly recognisable and a much sought-after achievement. The winners of the 2017 programme will be announced during the Gala evening at London’s Park Plaza Westminster Bridge Hotel, November 29th.
The cost of registering entries is £160 + VAT per individual entry.
Awards announcements can be followed via Twitter @LTAwards and the event hashtag to keep up with and join in the conversation is #LT17Awards. Further information is available via the Learning Technologies Awards website.
- Registration deadline: 30 June 2017
- Awards submissions deadline: 31 July 2017
- Shortlisting by the judging panels: 1-31 August 2017
- Shortlist announced: early September 2017
- Presentations to the judging panels: late September 2017
- Online presentations to the judging panels: early October 2017
- Gala evening and winners announced: 29 November 2017