Victoria University Polytechnic’s Learning and Development team has been recognised for excellence in digital innovation, with four top honours at the 2020 LearnX Awards.
The four successful award entries are:
- Best eLearning on a Budget Initiative – eLearning module ‘Consent and Respectful Relationships’, in partnership with Victoria University’s Respect and Responsibility department
- Best Online Learning Model – eLearning module ‘Consent and Respectful Relationships’, in partnership with Victoria University’s Respect and Responsibility department
- Best Micro/Bite-Size eLearning Design – Echo, Car Ergonomics tool, in partnership with Melbourne Water
- Best Working from Home Team – Rapid Deployment, in partnership with VU Polytechnic’s Plumbing, Hairdressing and Community Services departments.
Matt Cooke, VU Polytechnic’s General Manager Course Development and Design says:
“To be recognised across such a broad gamut of entries as high achieving learning designers, in such an uncertain and volatile educational landscape is an incredible achievement. Accolades such as these show how integral new modes of digital delivery are to the continued success of students, staff and key stakeholders of both the Polytechnic and the whole of Victoria University.”
VU Polytechnic has offered an award-winning blended learning model for several years that replaces paper-based learning with flexible and user-friendly eLearning.
In 2019, VU and the Polytechnic received six peak Platinum and one Gold Award for eLearning projects. The awards reflect its engaging, collaborative education and training for VU students, VU staff and industry clients
In 2017, VU Polytechnic received a Platinum and Silver LearnX Award for its Project 100, an organisation-wide program to transform 100 vocational education qualifications into high quality, technology-rich modular programs for students, and training for 600 staff.
The award level (silver, gold, platinum) will be announced at the LearnX Live Summit & Awards Show on 17 September 2020.