Video Arts wins international award for m-learning
This project is a living example of how we can incorporate our best-of-breed learning content to create a tailored solution that’s accessible anytime and anywhere
Martin Addison, CEO, Video Arts
Video Arts has won the 2013 International E-Learning Award for the best business use of mobile learning, presented by the International E-Learning Association. The winning project was a bespoke app which Video Arts created for a global telecoms group, to provide product and skills training, via smartphones and tablets, to over 500 field-based sales people.
The bespoke app combines technical product training from the client with ‘just in time’ skills videos from Video Arts. It was designed to provide the field sales teams at the telecoms group with learning at the point of need as well as access to information on new products and network offerings. All usage activity can be tracked and a feedback function allows users to interact with the HR team.
This project is a living example of how we can incorporate our best-of-breed learning content to create a tailored solution that’s accessible anytime and anywhere.”
“We are delighted to win this prestigious award for mobile learning. It’s a testimony to the expertise and dedication of our bespoke team. This project is a living example of how we can incorporate our best-of-breed learning content to create a tailored solution that’s accessible anytime and anywhere.” – Martin Addison, CEO, Video Arts
Since it was founded in 1972, Video Arts has won over 200 awards for its learning content.
Established in 2007, the International E-Learning Association is a community of e-learning professionals and researchers who are dedicated to advancing the knowledge and practice of e-learning in the classroom and the workplace. One of its goals is to promote excellence in the use of e-learning and m-learning.
The International E-Learning Awards are given each year for the best work in e-learning, mobile learning and blended learning, in two divisions: academic and business. All entries are evaluated by the IELA Awards Committee, who look for attributes such as educational soundness and effectiveness, usability and overall significance.
The 2013 International E-Learning Awards were announced at the ICELW Conference in New York on 14 June 2013.