Learning Impact Awards 2016 Regional Event

Fill out the form with your nomination.  The nomination deadline is 6 November 2015 - Noon ET

The Australian Regional Learning Impact Awards will be held at the NSIP Stakeholder Conference 2015:Making a Difference with Data- 18 November 2015

Give your submission a title - ex. LMS at My College
(a maximum of 3 categories can be identified)
Consider the following when providing evidence: Does your project provide greater access to proven quality learning approaches? Does it enable serving significantly more learners from currently served populations? Does it enable serving new populations of learners (from new/expanded regions, for derivative programs, for preparatory purposes, or workforce needs etc.)? Does it provide greater convenience for learners?
Consider the following when providing evidence: Does it enable improved learner efficiency? Does it enable improved instructor efficiency? Does it achieve a cost reduction that is passed on to learners? Does it provide education to significant number of disadvantaged learners? Does it save substantial travel time and cost?
Consider the following when providing evidence: Does it enable clarity of learning outcomes? Does it improve results in mastery of subject matter as measured by formative or summative assessments? Does it enhance effectiveness of pedagogy or learner engagement? Does it enhance self-directed learning, critical thinking or metacognitive skills? Does it include or enable integrated assessment or better assessment of student learning by the teacher/faculty?
Consider the following when providing evidence: Has it achieved mainstream instructor usage? Does it provide large-scale mission-critical 24/7 support? Does it support institution-wide usage? Does it support statewide, countrywide, or global usage? Is it one of the largest deployments of its kind in terms of learners served?
Consider the following when providing evidence: Does it clarify or help develop the specifics of accountability? Does it achieve significant cost savings versus prior solution? Does it achieve improvement in retention or graduation rates? Does it provide analytics to understand program and/or institutional/organizational performance? Does it enable comparison across institutions/organizations?
Consider the following when providing evidence: Does it support development of key competencies? Does it support assessment of key competencies? Does it enable planning or management of competency development? Does it enable more efficient sharing of best practices? Does it provide a distinctive organizational learning advantage?
Consider the following when providing evidence: Does it utilize open standards for data, content, or services? Does it shares data, content, or services seamlessly with other applications from other vendors at minimal cost? Does it combine best-of-breed products from multiple vendors that share data, content, or services? Has it enabled and caused practical feedback into the standards process to improve future standards? Has it achieved IMS Certification or does it utilize an IMS standard?
Consider the following when providing evidence: Does it achieve a far superior realization of other prior products or services of its kind? Does it have clear potential to establish a much needed new category of learning application or tool? Does it incorporate a scientific breakthrough promising enhanced learning based on brain research or learning theory? Does it represents a radical improvement in access, affordability, or quality of education? Does it provide a seamless way to incorporate advanced functionality requiring little or no faculty, teacher, or learner training to use?