And the 2009 Winners Are ...

The awards showcase exceptional K-12 and higher education Web sites, projects and programs across the world. They recognize educators, students, parents and volunteers who are creating meaningful education experiences for students using digital technology.

by Converge Staff / September 9, 2009 0

The Center for Digital Education and Converge magazine announced winners of the 2009 Digital Education Achievement Awards. The awards showcase exceptional K-12 and higher education Web sites, projects and programs across the world. They recognize educators, students, parents and volunteers who are creating meaningful education experiences for students using digital technology.

“This year’s nominations were outstanding," said Marina Leight, vice president of the Center. "Increasingly, education leaders are raising the bar of technology accomplishments. The awardees demonstrate that teachers, students and technology officials are collaborating for improved learning resources and innovative educational experiences.”


2009 DIGITAL EDUCATION ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS — Congratulations!

Learning and Engagement category winners:


Accountability category

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      Northern Virginia Community College, Computer Emergency Notification System
  • Winner: Honorable mention:


Community category


Sustainability category

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      Fashion Institute of Technology, ePortfolios for College Admissions
  • Winner: