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Elluminate's Fire and Ice Project Recognized as First-Ever iNACOL Award Winner for Outstanding and Most Innovative Online Learning Practice
Date:11/25/2009

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  • Recent training projects include training healthcare workers in Burkina Faso, West Africa, to combat malaria and providing English as a second language (ESL) training to K-12 students in China and teachers in Columbia.

  • Quotes for Attribution:

    "The School of Nursing and Midwifery at the University of Hertfordshire collaborated with nursing personal in five different locations in Burkina Faso on the management of malaria. With Elluminate, distance is no longer a barrier. Students from remote areas can view teaching materials and interact with each other online without traveling, while lecturers can provide education from the comfort of their office in the U.K. The project demonstrated that online education can be delivered with ease and was evaluated very favorably, especially for offering the unique opportunity to have online discussions."
    Jay Ragoo, Senior Lecturer, University of Hertfordshire

    "I took part in the Burkina Faso malaria training project as both participant and facilitator. As a participant, Elluminate allowed me to acquire knowledge at a distance without travel. As a facilitator, I gained valuable experience with this new technology and found that no matter where in the world information is located, it can be accessible and distributed anywhere, anytime. Health professionals could be part of a global exchange without leaving their country."
    Kinda Seydou, Healthcare Provider, Samorogouan, Burkina Faso

    "Courses like the Colombian English language training project enable students who would not ordinarily have the opportunity to practice with native English teachers in a virtua
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