Celebrate achievement with technology: Enter the 2007 eLearning Awards
The seventh eLearning Awards competition is now open and schools are invited to submit entries for the eLearning Awards 2007 that exemplify the best use of ICT in education. Entries are welcome from schools or teachers in EU Member States, EEA Countries, EU Applicant Countries as well as Switzerland and Israel. Entries can be made from now until 31 October 2007 online at http://elearningawards.eun.org.
The aim of the competition is to promote the use of ICT in education and to encourage schools to collaborate. A gallery will showcase on the eLearning Portal contributions from all around Europe. This year’s sponsors include Young Digital Planet (Platinum sponsor), Intel, Interwrite Learning, Promethean (Gold sponsors), MICHAEL (Silver sponsor) and Telefónica O2 (Bronze sponsor).
Prizes (cash and equipment) will be awarded in categories highlighting best practice in the use of ICT in the areas of:
- School of the future
- The e-safe school
- Promoting digital literacy
- Creativity (arts)
- Foreign languages
- Sustainability (environment)
- Maths, science and technology
- Social networking for collaborative learning.
A detailed list is available on the eLearning Awards portal at http://elearningawards.eun.org.
Entries will be judged by a panel of experts and the winners presented with their prizes at a prestigious event on 6th December at the annual EMINENT Conference in Brussels, to be opened by Jan Figel’, European Commissioner for Education, Training and Culture.