Digital Media Awards

IT Sligo has won a prestigious Satellite Broadband Ireland Digital Media Award. The institute won the Best in e-Learning award for the KITE project. 
The judges comments were:

“Excellent use of resources to facilitate off site students with results of benefits shown in increased enrolments.”

“A thoroughly effective harnessing of eLearning technologies and infrastructure that delivers precisely on its objectives. Encompasses all of the benefits that eLearning can offer and has clearly captured the approval of its students.

KITE Project Co-ordinator Stephen Reid and Technician Ross McMorrow receive the award for Best in eLearning on behalf of the KITE Project team from Mark little at the 2011 Satellite Digital Media Awards in The National Convention Centre in February.
KITE Project Co-ordinator Stephen Reid and Technician Ross McMorrow receive the award for Best in e-Learning on behalf of the KITE Project team from Mark little at the 2011 Satellite Digital Media Awards in The National Convention Centre in February.

 

Pictured at the Digital Media Awards are (from left to right), John McGowan, IT Sligo Governing Body and Engineers Ireland member; KITE Project  Technician Noel Walsh,  KITE Project Co-ordinator Stephen Reid, KITE Project Technician Ross McMorrow, Open Learning Co-ordinator Brian Mulligan, Acting Head of School of Engineering, Frank Carter.
Pictured at the Digital Media Awards are (from left to right), John McGowan, IT Sligo Governing Body and Engineers Ireland member; KITE Project Technician Noel Walsh, KITE Project Co-ordinator Stephen Reid, KITE Project Technician Ross McMorrow, Open Learning Co-ordinator Brian Mulligan, Acting Head of School of Engineering, Frank Carter.

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