Maltese project wins 2007 EUN eLearning Awards
The project “Rescue La Vallette: An Adventure in Time” from the Dun Anton Manche school in Malta won the Young Digital Planet Award for the best use of ICT at the 7th eLearning Awards.
As the Jury points out: “This site introduces young learners to the e-skills of the European Computer Driving Licence through an engaging storyline mixing fun and learning at the right dosage for beginners. High production values, innovative format and clever didactics make this project the best in all categories.”
Piotr Mroz, a board member at Young Digital Planet, presented teacher, Emmanuel Zammit, with a crystal trophy, a cheque for € 3,000 and an interactive whiteboard set for his school. More than 560 entries from 35 countries were submitted in 2007 and 13 schools were awarded in the 2007 eLearning Awards for a total of € 40.000 in cash prizes and equipment.
The eLearning Awards, organised by European Schoolnet, are one of the leading competitions for schools in Europe, demonstrating how they contribute to the building of knowledge economy.
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