Over 800 people gathered at the Park Plaza Westminster Bridge Hotel in London, on 21 November to celebrate the very best in learning technologies across the world. Gold, silver and bronze awards were handed out during the biggest gala evening to date, spanning 22 awards categories.
Learning Pool won the Best Learning Technologies Company Award UK, with Sponge silver, Mediazoo bronze
The awards highlights included:
Best online distance learning: Speexx
Excellence in the design of learning content (UK commercial): Lumesse
Best learning technologies project: Mitchells & Butkers / Kineo (UK Commercial)
Best use of mobile learning: John Lewis Partnership
Most innovative new learning technologies product: Emoquo
Best learning platform implementation: AG Barr / Learning Pool (UK)
Learning technologies team: Good Things Foundation
Learning designer: Kath Jackson Jones, Popcorn
Over 400 entries were received from across the globe with over 30 different countries taking part.
The full 2018 list of winners is available on the Learning Technologies Awards website.
Event organiser, Mark Penton, said: “On behalf of everyone involved in organising the Learning Technologies Awards, I’d like thank all those who entered and to congratulate all of the winners. I’d like to thank our judges chaired by eLN, our global benchmarking partner Towards Maturity and each of the sponsors, Bookboon, Highfield Elearning, Kallidus, Knowledgepool, Lumesse, MicroLearn, Omniplex, SiyonaTech, Sponge, tts.”
Entries for the 2019 programme will be open from March 2019.