We are excited to share that Literatu has won the ‘Reporting Solutions’ category in the EdTech Digest’s Cool Tool Awards. We were also among the finalists in the ‘New Product or Service’ and ’Assessment Solution’ categories. We are really pleased to have been included among such high-calibre finalists.
Literatu was a finalist and first runner up in the education category of the 2013 Australian Innovation Challenge.
Literatu (formerly makebook campus) has been recognised as a leading technology innovator with a bronze award at the world finals of the 2012 IMS Global Learning Consortium’s Learning Impact Awards.
The Learning Impact Awards are facilitated by the IMS Global Learning Consortium (IMS). The purpose of the award is to recognize outstanding applications of technology that address the most significant challenges facing the global education and training industries.
The awards are judged on criteria of access, affordability, quality, accountability, organisational learning, and interoperability. Along with these general criteria, Literatu was awarded bronze in the category of Innovation. The innovation category further recognises products that:-
At the 2011 !dea Conference in Melbourne, Dec 1 2011, makebook campus was one of three products selected to represent Australia at the international IMS Global Learning Consortium conference in Toronto Canada May 14-17 2012.
The Learning Impact Awards are designed to recognise the most impactful use of technology worldwide in support of learning.
This unique program evaluates established, new, and research efforts in context at an implementing learning institution. The Learning Impact program is facilitated by the IMS Global Learning Consortium (IMS) for the purpose of recognising outstanding applications of technology that address the most significant challenges facing the global education and training industries.