We are honored to be acknowledged for our hard work and dedication to providing engaging learning experiences for Tri-C and Rutgers!
Franklin, Ohio (PRWEB) December 09, 2014
The team at Designing Digitally, Inc. partnered with Rutgers University to develop an online learning experience like no other. Living Independently Virtual Environment (L.I.V.E.),” has been selected by IELA as Honorable Mention in the Blended Learning category of the 2014 International E-Learning Awards--Academic Division.
Also, in collaboration with Cuyahoga Community College, Designing Digitally, Inc. developed a 3D Simulation providing an immersive experience on how stress affects the body. The Tri-C 3D Stress Simulation was also selected as Honorable Mention in the E-Learning category of the 2014 International E-Learning Awards--Academic Division.
When notified of the honorable mentions, Andrew Hughes, President of Designing Digitally, Inc. stated, “We are honored to be acknowledged for our hard work and dedication to providing engaging learning experiences for our clients. We are thankful to have such great partners like Rutgers University and Cuyahoga Community College.”
Both of these learning experiences are currently owned by the Universities and are being delivered to students via their learning managements systems.
About The International E-Learning Association (IELA)
International E-Learning Association (IELA) is dedicated to advancing the knowledge and practice of e-learning in schools and universities, and in the workplace. With members hailing from every continent —and from the realms of business, industry, government, and academia— the IELA is a vibrant and diverse community of e-learning professionals, researchers, and students.
About Designing Digitally, Inc.
Designing Digitally, Inc. is a full-service E-Learning development firm and serious game developer. Located in Franklin, Ohio, Designing Digitally, Inc. has developed a number of serious games and simulations, virtual worlds and E-Learning solutions for corporations, Universities, and government agencies across the globe.