Previous ATLAS Winners
ATLAS 2020 Winners
2020 ATLAS Course Award:
The team at Duke Kunshan University for the course, China in the World led by Dr. James Miller, Associate Dean for Interdisciplinary Strategy. The interdisciplinary team included Bryce Beemer, Zach Fredman, Kolleen Guy, Ben Van Overmeire and Qian Zhu.
2020 ATLAS Institutional Remote Learning Initiative Award (New in 2020):
ATLAS 2019 Winners
The Apereo Foundation is pleased to announce the winners of the Apereo Teaching and Learning Awards (ATLAS) for 2019.
Sébastien Ruffo, The University of Western Ontario, Faculty of Arts & Humanities
Course: French 3906 - Speaking Texts
Gaia Cantelli, Duke University
Course: Writing in Science and Medicine (Writing 101, Thompson Writing Program)
ATLAS 2018 Winners
The Apereo Foundation is pleased to announce three winners of the Apereo Teaching and Learning Awards (ATLAS) for 2018.
Michael Friesen, University of Western Ontario, Canada
Course: Social Media and Organizations
Eric Giraudin, IUT2 Grenoble Alps University, France
Portfolio: From an ePortfolio to an Intelligent and Professional Digital Environment
Kevin Abbott, Alex Ambrose, Maureen Dawson, and Paul Manrique, University of Notre Dame, U.S.A.
Course: Moreau First Year Experience
Winners were recognized for their use of the Sakai CLE, Karuta, Xerte, OAE, and/or Opencast, for teaching and learning, at the Open Apereo Conference held on 3-7 June 2018, in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
ATLAS 2017 Winners
The Apereo Foundation is pleased to announce the winners of the Apereo Teaching and Learning Awards (ATLAS) for 2017.
Writing 270: Composing the Internship Experience: Social Media and Digital Discourse
Denise Comer from Duke University
Diploma in Experimental Science
Ursula Bernal and Marco Antonio Bernal from U-red, Edured A.C.
Bringing Communication Theory to Life through iLearn Interactive Experiences
Jennifer Robinette from Marist College
The intent of the award is to highlight examples of educational applications of Apereo tools which fall into an innovative or transformative category. Winners were recognized for their use of the Sakai CLE, Xerte, OAE, and/or Opencast, for teaching and learning, at the Open Apereo Conference held from 4-8 June 2017, in Philadelphia.
The Apereo Teaching and Learning Awards (ATLAS) is a project of the Apereo Teaching and Learning Community.
We thank our sponsor Apereo Foundation for their support of the Apereo Teaching and Learning Awards.
2016 ATLAS Award Winners
Click to view: ATLAS 2016 Presentation & Videos Playlist
Entry: Post-A Level Italian Language
Marcella Oliviero and Andrea Zhok, University of Bristol
Student Interviews: https://youtu.be/ZeEtXLU78gw
Presentation: https://youtu.be/SvoSULMfDtk?t=13m50s 13:50 mark
Entry: Teaching Introductory Statistics Using a Blended Mode of Instruction at the University of Cape Town
Leanne Scott & Stephan Britz, University of Cape Town
Presentation: https://youtu.be/dQnKyaObfNQ?t=12s 12s mark
Entry: PSY 322 – Social Psychology
Alexander Nagurney, University of Hawaii at Hilo
Patrick Smith, Texas State University
Presentation: https://youtu.be/sJ0AWCNV7Bg?t=11m35s 11:35 mark
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Entry: Innovative Teaching: Using Multimodal Strategies to Engage Students in the Online Learning Environment
Jennie De Gagne, Duke University
Entry: Massive Flipped Classroom Experience Using Sakai and Opencast
Carlos Turro & Raul Mengod, Universitat Politècnica de València