Nominations for the Blackboard and VLE awards are now open! You can provide feedback on your Blackboard and online modules. So, acknowledge the modules that innovated and delivered an exemplary experience. This year marks a very special anniversary, as this is the 10th year the VLE awards have run. Throughout this time and more recently, we have seen a huge migration to online platforms. This enriches our learning environments and enables learning and teaching to continue in turbulent times.
You can nominate up to three modules, with the nomination stage being open until the 28th of February 2022. With every module you nominate, you can opt to be entered into a prize draw for the chance to win a £50 Amazon Voucher.
Nominate your modules using the student nomination form.
Staff can nominate one of their own courses. Since we are celebrating the 10th year of the VLE Awards, this year we are asking you to nominate your course in one of 10 categories.
Further information is included in the staff self-nomination form.
Blackboard and VLE Awards Categories
To celebrate the 10th anniversary of the VLE and Blackboard awards we have a list of 10 categories to nominate from. You may nominate up to three modules to any of the categories you qualify for. Making this year’s Blackboard and VLE awards greater than ever!
- Best overall course (Student nominations only)
- Best newcomer course (Staff nominations only)
- Most innovative & creative course
- Best course structure
- Best course community
- Most accessible & inclusive course
- Best fully online course
- Best learner support
- Most sustainable course
- Best development of employable skills
- Best use of external resources & reading lists
Blackboard and VLE Awards Rewind
The Blackboard and VLE Awards provides the opportunity to share good practices. Therefore we encourage award winners to submit case studies of their practice. In short, this could be a mix of media including short presentations, videos and blog posts. The resources linked below summarise the features praised by students, using examples from shortlisted courses.
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