International E-Learning Awards - Past Winners

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

2014 Winners, Academic Division
Award winners were announced at our Awards Ceremony in Dubai at the ICL conference on December 5, 2014.

Winner, E-Learning

"Safe Schools Hub"
Education Services Australia, Australia.
Representative: Michelle Rennie

Winner, Mobile Learning

"Preparing for Smart Learning"
Eötvös Loránd University, Faculty of Informatics, Department of Media & Educational Informatics, Hungary.
Representative: Marta Turcsányi-Szabó

Winner, Blended Learning

"Penn State Hershey Medical Center Breast Cancer Patient Educational Tool"
JPL, United States.
Representative: Susan Cort

Runner-Up, E-Learning

"Uninettuno e-learning portal"
International Telematic University Uninettuno, Italy.
Representative: Maria Amata Garito.

Runner-Up, Mobile Learning

"M-Drill"
Cyberlearn // University of Applied Sciences Western Switzerland (HES-SO), Switzerland.
Representative: Anne-Dominique Salamin

Runner-Up, Blended Learning

"Spectrum of Learning: Basic Interviewing for Social Workers"
Academy of Professional Excellence, a project of the San Diego State University School of Social Work, United States.
Representative: Jennifer Tucker-Tatlow

Honorable Mention, E-Learning

"Financial Exploitation – An Introduction"
Academy of Professional Excellence, a project of the San Diego State University School of Social Work, United States.
Representative: Lori Delagrammatikas

Honorable Mention, E-Learning

"Columbia University, Faculty Design Orientation"
Columbia University, School of Continuing Education, Online, United States.
Representative: Erik T Nelson

Honorable Mention, E-learning

"Tri-C 3D Stress Simulation"
Designing Digitally, Inc., United States.
Representative: Andrew Hughes

Honorable Mention, Blended Learning

"Rutgers The State University of New Jersey: Living Independently Virtual Environment (L.I.V.E)"
Designing Digitally, Inc., United States.
Representative: Andrew Hughes