Research @ Work Honorable Mention 2014
Achieved by Kara Carpenter on 11/5/2014
Made by Digital Promise   Awarded by Digital Promise  
Description: What does this badge represent?
Presented by Digital Promise and EdSurge for the Research @ Work category in the 2014 Digital Innovation in Learning Awards.
Criteria: What needs to be done to earn it?
Award category
This education technology organization thoughtfully uses academic research to shape development of a product or initiative.

Award criteria
All DILA 2014 honorable mention submissions received some of the top scores in their award categories according to the official rubric.
  • Criterion A: All submitted materials demonstrate that the practice clearly embodies the principles and ideals of the award. (This criterion is worth a total of 2x points as the other criteria, for a total of 12 possible points.)
  • Criterion B: All submitted materials share practices that are creative and innovative. (For a total of 6 possible points.)
  • Criterion C: The video has a clear message and specific practices are demonstrated, not just described by the applicant or through testimonials. (For a total of 6 possible points.)
  • Criterion D: The video is very high-quality and dynamic; camera work and editing are smooth; lighting and sound are professional. (For a total of 6 possible points.)
  • Criterion E: The first short answer provides a clear overview of the practice and how it relates to the award. (For a total of 6 possible points.)
  • Criterion F: The second short answer successfully describes the impact of the practice and any qualitative or quantitative data demonstrating its impact. (For a total of 6 possible points.)
Submission video:
Relevant Links: Is there more information on the web?
Digital Innovation in Learning Awards Website
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