Epic Shortlisted for Three E-learning Awards

Epic has been nominated for three awards at this year's E-learning Age Awards, including one for "Best use of mobile learning"

Epic has been shortlisted for not one, not two, but three industry awards at this year’s E-learning Age Awards.

Epic’s nominations come after a burst of new high-profile clients and include two nominations for the ‘Editorial Policy’ e-learning developed in partnership with the BBC Academy. Epic and the BBC have been nominated for ‘Excellence in the production of learning content – Public Sector’ and ‘Best use of e-learning to ensure compliance with external regulations or internal policies’.

The e-learning for the BBC was commissioned after an overhaul of the BBC’s Editorial Guidelines, which are used as the basis for editorial policy across the media sector, not just for the BBC. The programme itself, which instructs users on how to make sound editorial decisions, is used both to complement the guidelines and assisted with the initial roll-out of the revised media directives.

The third nomination is for ‘Best use of mobile learning’ and comes for Epic’s work with Collins Education: developing a series of GCSE Maths Revision Apps delivered to the iPod, iPhone and Android devices. The apps are used by the 700,000+ students who take the Maths GCSE each year to help them prepare for their exams.

Following presentations later this month, the accolades themselves will be awarded on 10th November 2011 at the five star London Marriott Hotel in Grosvenor Square.

For more information, contact Will on +44 (0) 1273 728686 or email contactenquiries@epic.co.uk

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