AAT’s approach to e-learning wins award

| November 27, 2012 | 0 Comments

AAT has won the prestigious Gold award for the ‘best use of rapid e-learning’ at the 2012 e-learning awards.

Over the past two years, AAT has begun to adopt and implement e-learning materials to support students through their studies and training providers in their delivery of the qualification.

This new suite of materials took shape as a series of bite-sized e-learning modules and a quiz engine known as ‘Green light’.

Since their launch in December 2011, AAT has witnessed a remarkable uptake by students across the UK and globally.

AAT’s Director for Education Suzie Webb said: “This award is a testament to the hard work of those who’ve dedicated time and effort into producing truly world class e-learning resources.

The education landscape is changing and there are now more types of learners than ever before, whether they be part-time, full-time, online or distance.

It’s important for our qualification and the way it is delivered to support all learners in achieving their goals and to support tutors in delivering their courses. We have evidence that 28% of our students have used our e-learning resources while in the classroom. This shows that tutors are already embedding our e-learning in their lessons.”

Approximately 200 entries from across 15 countries were received for this year’s e-learning awards. To see all the winners, visit elearningage.co.uk

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