APEX 2020 Annual Awards for Publication Excellence
APEX Grand Award: Learning Program Design
WOBURN, MA, June, 30, 2020—Focus EduVation announced today that it received the Grand Award for Learning Program Design in the 32nd Annual APEX Awards. Sponsored by the Editors of Writer’s Web Watch, published by Communications Concepts, Inc., the APEX awards honor Best Practices in Print, Web & ePublishing.
Focus EduVation, industry leader in the design and development of custom content for online programs offered by colleges and universities, has been awarded the APEX 2019 Grand Award of Excellence in the Electronic Media category for the Best Use of Story Based Learning for an Educational Games on a Website.
For its APEX 2019 Grand Award of Excellence, Focus EduVation was recognized for developing brief, thought-provoking animated videos for children on the global usage of water.
Focus EduVation, sister company of Focus EduSolutions, and the industry leader in the design and development of custom content for online programs offered by colleges and universities has been awarded the APEX 2018 Grand Award of Excellence in the Electronic Media for the Best Use of Learning Design for a Blended Learning Training Program. The company also earned an Award of Excellence for its What If Campaign.
For its APEX 2018 Grand Award of Excellence, Focus EduVation was recognized for developing a blended learning program designed to better prepare healthcare professionals for certification examinations by ensuring they are workforce ready upon completion of the training. The program, designed by Focus EduVation, includes both in-class and online elements.
The What If Campaign is a brief, thought-provoking animated video designed to foster acceptance and collaboration.
Grade A Vendor Performance Report On Driver Education Course In American Sign Language From The State Of Texas Cooperative Purchasing Program.
The Project: Create a driver education course intended to provide minors and adults who are deaf or hard of hearing a way to fully participate in the classroom portion of the course.
The Client: Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR)