International E-Learning Awards - Past Winners

Take a look at the list of past IELA Award winners:

2018 Winners, Business Division
The International E-Learning Awards recognize the best uses of technology to improve learning and job performance within companies or through individual professional development.

The 2018 award winners were announced at our Awards Ceremony in New York at the ICELW Conference on June 15, 2018. The award winners are as follows:

Winner, E-Learning

"Nicos Weg - Einfach Deutsch lernen"
Deutsche Welle, Germany.
Representative: Barbara Syring-Marks.

Winner, Mobile Learning

"Transfusion Reaction Management
Mobile Learning App"

Children’s Hospital Association – Pediatric
Learning Solutions
, United States.
Representative: Jennifer Shackleford.

Winner, Blended Learning

"Play and Learn 3D (PAL3D®)": A Collaborative Way of Learning Project Management with Minecraft®
Lanarvi Consultants (dba. certificacionpm®), Spain.
Representative: Claudia Alcelay.

Runner-Up, E-Learning

"BD Market Shaping Toolkit Online"
Becton Dickinson, United States.
Representative: Jonathon Levy

Runner-Up, Mobile Learning

"Learn German: Die Bienenretter"
Deutsche Welle, Germany.
Representative: Barbara Syring-Marks.

Runner-Up, Blended Learning

"English for Software Engineering"
Voxy, United States.
Representative: Katharine B. Nielson

Honorable Mention, E-Learning

"Cool, Calm and Connected"
Savv-e and Commonwealth Bank, Australia.
Representative: Alisa Crowe

Honorable Mention, E-Learning

"Deutsch im Job – Profis gesucht"
Deutsche Welle, Germany.
Representative: Barbara Syring-Marks.

Honorable Mention, E-Learning

"Compliance 3.0"
innovation mecom GmbH, Germany.
Representative: Tina Vonderheid

Honorable Mention, E-Learning

"From Behaviors to Business Impact
with BNY Mellon and EmpowerTheUser"

EmpowerTheUser & BNY Mellon, Ireland.
Representative: Emma Connolly

Honorable Mention, E-Learning

"BD Pricing Excellence"
Becton Dickinson, United States.
Representative: Jonathon Levy

Honorable Mention, E-Learning

"Emotions versus Evidence
(from the Video Arts Wellbeing Collection)"

Video Arts, United Kingdom.
Representative: Sally Winter

Honorable Mention, E-Learning

"MyCircusStreet"
Circus Street, United Kingdom.
Representative: Becky Dean

Honorable Mention, E-Learning

"Communication with Respect
and Appreciation"

Pink University GmbH, Germany.
Representative: Wolfgang Hanfstein

Honorable Mention, E-Learning

"Selling Essentials"
Rapid Learning Institute, United States.
Representative: Michael Boyette

Honorable Mention, E-Learning

"3D Organon Anatomy"
Medis Media, Australia.
Representative: Athanasios Raikos

Honorable Mention, E-Learning

"Pain Management: Assessment of Pain"
Children’s Hospital Association – Pediatric
Learning Solutions
, United States.
Representative: Jennifer Shackleford.

Honorable Mention, Mobile Learning

"axon"
Lapp Kabel, entrecode GmbH, Corporate Learning & Change GmbH, Germany.
Representative: Madeleine Müller

Honorable Mention, Mobile Learning

"It's Mobile, It's Microlearning,
and It's Got Game!"

Artisan E-Learning, United States.
Representative: Tanya Seidel

Honorable Mention, Blended Learning

"edubreak®match"
Ghostthinker GmbH, Germany.
Representative: Lisa Welde

Honorable Mention, Blended Learning

"Learnlight Blended Soft Skills"
Learnlight, Spain.
Representative: Aishah Davis

Honorable Mention, Blended Learning

"goFLUENT Language Training Solutions"
goFLUENT, Switzerland.
Representative: Sophie Nakasako