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Idaho Digital Learning Videos Receive Digital Learning Day Awards

May 2013 – “This month’s award winning videos represent the very best Idaho educators showcasing classroom technology innovation. These videos will be instrumental in helping colleagues and students across the state see firsthand how technology innovation can lead to increased engagement, collaboration, communication and achievement and meet the Idaho Core!” – Idaho State Superintendent Tom Luna

Idaho Digital Learning Wins Blackboard Catalyst Award – Exemplary Course

May 2013 – Idaho Digital Learning was named a winner of the Blackboard Catalyst Award for Exemplary Course for the Idaho Science and Aerospace Scholars Program’s online course. The course was also selected as the Director’s Choice for Courses with Distinction. The Blackboard Catalyst Exemplary Course Award highlights technologically rich, engaging, well designed, and pedagogically sound courses that showcase best practices for the user community.

Idaho Digital Learning Wins Blackboard Catalyst Award – Staff Development

April 2012 – Idaho Digital Learning was named a winner of the Blackboard Catalyst Award for Staff Development, which honors those members of the community who use Blackboard solutions to create, support and enhance faculty and staff development skills, providing a better organization-wide learning experience.

Idaho Digital Learning inducted into “Hall of Fame for Excellence in Collaboration”

Orlando, FL – Wimba® Inc, a leading provider of collaborative solutions for educators around the world, announced its inaugural class of “Hall of Fame for Excellence in Collaboration” inductees on Tuesday, March 24, 2010 during an awards ceremony held at the company’s third annual user conference.

Idaho Digital Learning was Nationally Ranked #3 in the nation in 2008 for “on-line learning, policy, and practice” by The Center for Digital Education.