Over the years we've helped our clients scoop several top awards...
E-learning Age Awards 2011
Taste of Medicine received another award at this year's prestigious E-learning Age awards in the category: 'Excellence in the production of learning content - not for profit sector'. This time, the full Taste of Medicine suite of e-learning modules was submitted, building on the success of the Getting Started module in 2009. The four modules cover the journey from considering healthcare as a career at pre GCSE level, right through to starting at University. The judges commented: "For those who dream of being doctors, it's stimulating, informative and fun".
Learning on Screen Awards 2011
Taste of Medicine "Scrubbing Up" module wins Learning on Screen Award, in the category "Courseware and Curriculum Award (Multimedia)". Organised by the British Universities Film & Video Council, this Award sees entries from a range of film and TV production companies, so St George's were particularly proud to be recognised at such a high profile event.
E-Government Awards 2010
Taste of Medicine continues its successful run by becoming finalists in the category "Building a fairer society with e-Government services", an award designed to recognise the use of ICT and e-Government services to improve social inclusion or improve lives and communities.
E-learning Age Awards 2009
A Taste of Medicine received a Gold award for our client, St George's University of London in the category "Excellence in the production of learning content – not for profit sector". The judges commented that "it provides transparent and appropriate information, advice and guidance in a format that is appealing and accessible to its target audience. The judges liked the demonstration of shifts in learner attitudes and data linked to original goals. Anecdotal evidence from stakeholders was particularly powerful."
Digital Yorkshire Internet Awards 2005
Winner in the category Best Information Website. WYTAP was an online directory of 25,000 courses in West Yorkshire, updated in real-time by the West Yorkshire Training Access Point (WYTAP) team (site now closed due to funding cuts).
Heist educational Marketing Awards 2004
St Georges Hospital Medical School required an innovative way to communicate the wide range of career opportunities in the health professions, to pre GCSE pupils. Our CD-ROM, combined animation, video, interactive quizzes and games to convey the messages and guide pupils on an appropriate GCSE subject choices. This is our second Heist award winning CD-ROM.
Dayn takes all the glory again... but thanks go to all the team (past and present) at Interactive Solutions for going the extra mile to make these exceptional products