Top 50 finalists 2009 (AQUI)
Há dois projectos portugueses seleccionados.
eLearning Awards Jury announces top 50 projects in 2009
The eLearning Awards Jury is proud to unveil the best 50 projects submitted to the 2009 competition. This year the competition has been very tough with more than 700 entries submitted and 695 approved, showcasing projects of very high quality. A jury session was organised on 9 November 2009 to select the final winners, who will be offered thousands of euros in cash prizes and brand new ICT equipment. Winners in this year’s ten categories will be announced during the eLearning Awards ceremony on 26 November at the EMINENT Conference in Vilnius, Lithuania.With close to 700 projects submitted in the 2009 competition, the eLearning Awards Jury complimented on the overall high quality of this year's entries. "The 50 shortlisted and 10 winning projects are quite a remarkable selection with some very innovative ideas. We learned and discovered a lot from the projects this year. And not only 10 or 50, but all the projects can be regarded as winners, as they won hearts and minds of students, which is most important in education, including its rapidly growing eLearning branch!". The Jury also pleaded to encourage initiatives fostering international collaboration through ICT, which is emerging as a growing trend. (AQUI)
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Falta a selecção final nas várias categorias... 10... com três prémios cada (AQUI).Tudo o que aconteça será considerado um bónus extra (dinheiro e equipamento para as Escolas dos projectos vencedores).
Embora no Sumário (publicado na galeria) não apareça... no texto de todo o projecto dediquei muitas palavras (nos vários itens da submissão) a explicar como a PT e o SAPO agarraram na ideia e lhe deram forma em Portugal e em português para mais países. Tudo para que se percebesse o alcance da ideia e do projecto e a possibilidade de disseminação da experiência em várias escolas e países que partilham a nossa língua (um dos itens da candidatura)...
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