After 3 weeks we ended our competition at midnight on the end of the 9th January PST. We have collated all results based on social shares and engagement and we are happy to announce that the winner of our blog competition is: Competition Finalist 1, John B. Lacson Foundation Maritime Uni. Case Study by Cristin Arante.
But we feel everyone who made the cut is a winner and we’d especially like to acknowledge the blog post that got the most internal votes at eFront (for best blog post): “Social Learning Applied” by Kalliopi Sigala, and the post with the most quality engagement was Bob Little’s “Meeting Learner’s Needs”.
However, we realize that we did not specify the ending time of our competition and it was rightly pointed out to us that social media results varied at different times in different time zones (our mistake!). So rather than giving one prize we will be awarding the top two winning blog posts with an iPad mini each.
Congratulations to the winners!
- Competition Finalist 1, John B. Lacson Foundation Maritime Uni. Case Study by Cristin Arante.
- Competition Finalist 4: Top 10 Startup Social Media Curation Tools for Social Learning in the Workplace by Duma Cornel Lucian.
Yours in elearning,
The eFront team
We would like to invite you to participate in our eLearning competition for best blog post!
The competition will take place from November 26th to Dec 17th and during that period we will accept blog entries on the following topics:
- Informal learning in the workplace
- Social learning in the workplace
- Tablet learning
- Performance support
- How LMS’ save money and increase revenue
- LMS use case studies (how has your LMS helped your business?)
- How LMS’ help democratize learning by making it affordable to SMBs
If your topic is not covered but you would like to propose a topic in relation to elearning by all means please let us know!
During the competition period we will select the 5 best blog posts submitted and post them on the well-read eFront learning blog on December 18th. Posts will be judged according to content, relevance to topic, interest, language and expression. Blog posts must also be original and previously unpublished. The most popular post will win the competition – that is, the post with the most social shares and engagement! We will share the selected blog posts on the same day and leave them on the blog for a 3 week period from the date of posting to collect shares and comments. We will use all of our social media channels to share over the competition period!
The winner will be announced on January 10th and will be notified by email and on social media channels!