And the 2004 Winners Are ...

The 2004 Digital Education Achievement Awards focus on e-initiative, projects and intranet applications at the infrastructure and application level. At the same time a broader and global audience is invited to participate.

by Converge staff / September 9, 2004 0

The Center for Digital Education is pleased to announce the winners of its 2004 Best of the Web contest and Digital Education Achievement Awards.

 

BEST OF THE WEB AWARDS:


HIGHER EDUCATION WEB SITE CATEGORY

1st Place (tie): Lehigh University, Pennsylvania

1st Place (tie): North Shore Community College, Massachusetts

2nd Place: North Orange County Community College, California

3rd Place: University of Texas at Dallas, Texas

4th Place: College of DuPage, Illinois

5th Place: Excelsior College, New York



K-12 LOCAL/DISTRICT WEB SITE CATEGORY

1st Place: Montgomery County Public Schools, Maryland

2nd Place (tie): Plano ISD, Texas

2nd Place (tie): District of Columbia Education Center, Washington, DC

3rd Place: Pasadena Unified School District, California

4th Place: Richmond Public Schools, Virginia

5th Place: Fairfax County Public Schools, Virginia

Special Award to eBrigade, Chicago Public Schools


K-12 STATE WEB SITE CATEGORY

1st Place: California Department of Education

2nd Place: Indiana Accountability System, Indiana Dept. of Education

3rd Place: CTAP Online, Center for Distributed Learning, Butte County Office of Education, Calif.


DIGITAL EDUCATION ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS:


Student-Focused Applications Winners
Mr. Terry Smith's 4th Grade Website, Eugene Field School, Hannibal, Mo.

California Distance Learning Website, Sacramento County Office of Education

Professor Mark Hudelson's Website, Palomar College, San Marcos, Calif.

Florida State University-School of Information Studies User Services, Tallahassee, Fla.


Student-Focused Application Honorable Mention

Center for Shakespeare Studies, University of Texas at Austin

Teacher-Focused Application (K-12) Winners

The I-196, Independent School District 196, Rosemount, Minn.

AccelerateU, Wayne-Finger Lakes BOCES, Newark, N.Y.

Focus on Reading, Butte County Office of Education, Oroville, Calif.


Teacher-Focused Application (K-12) Honorable Mention
The Texas School Music Project, Stephen F. Austin State University, Nacogdoches, Texas

When Justice Failed and History Happened Here, Elk Grove USD, California


Teacher-Focused Application (Higher Education) Winners

Preparing Technology Proficient Teachers in Illinois, Illinois Community College Board

Catalyst, Office of Educational Partnerships & Learning Technologies, University of Washington

Adelphi Online Faculty Newsletter, Adelphi University, N.Y.

 

Instructional Technology Resource Center, Idaho State University

 

Administrator-Focused Application Winners
School Finance Reporting Portal, Wisconsin Dept. of Public Instruction

Fulton County Schools Purchasing Department Web Site, Fulton County Board of Education, Atlanta, Ga.

NORMES (National Office for Rural Measurement and Evaluation Systems), Fayetteville, Ark.


Integrated/Multi-Focus Application (intergovernmental) Winners
Indianapolis Regional Center Plan 2020, Ball State University, Indianapolis

MySite eServices, South Orange County Community College District, California

Work Ready Electronic

, Maricopa Advanced Technology Education Center, Arizona

eLearnopedia

, ADL Co-Lab



Integrated/Multi-Focus Application (education) Winners
Ask a Biologist, Arizona State University

Utopia-University of Texas at Austin

Electronic Student Career Portfolios-CUNY, NYC College of Technology, N.Y.

Instructional Center-Plano ISD, Plano Independent School District, Texas

MIT Open Course Ware, Cambridge, Mass.

For more information on the Best of the Web contest, contact Janet Grenslitt.


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