NB Please get in touch with the WebLearn team if you are interested in entering. We will be very happy to help you with your entry. Oxford has supplied winners in the past.
Posed on behalf of the ATLAS Committee
The ATLAS committee welcomes submissions from the Apereo open source education community. We invite applications that demonstrate innovative teaching and learning using Sakai (ie WebLearn), OAE, Karuta, Xerte and/or Opencast.
Based on merit, we hope to select up to six winners. Winners will be announced by the end of March 2018 and recognized at the Open Apereo Conference June 3-7, 2018 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Registration and travel expenses will be covered for award winners.
For further inquiries, please email ATLAS Chair Luisa Li (email@example.com).
For more information on ATLAS and previous winners, visit: https://www.apereo.org/communities/atlas.
There are two steps you need to consider to apply for this award:
Step 1: Download the application and rubric.
You will begin the process of applying for the award by completing a brief questionnaire that helps identify the best innovation rubric and application form for your entry.
Click here to start the brief filter questionnaire.
Step 2: Complete and submit the application form by February 26 2018.
You will need to fill out the application form that you have downloaded in Step 1, and save the file as a PDF with your name and the submission date in the file name, for example “ATLAS_cbrown_Feb05_2018.pdf”. Use the link below to submit your application to the ATLAS awards committee.
Click here to submit your application.
*Notification on Supplementary Videos/Animations for Your Application:
New this year, we accept supplementary videos or animations to further demonstrate merits of your course/project or portfolio. Supplementary video/animations are NOT a requirement. Below are the guidelines for your videos:
- Videos or animations should be produced to demonstrate innovative teaching and learning of an application and show a direct association with a criterion in the application. They should not be a snippet of actual learning materials used in an instructional unit of your application.
- Videos or animations supplement the screenshots you shall provide as the evidence to corroborate your rating for each criterion in the application. They do not replace the screenshots.
- Videos or animations should be a MAXIMUM of 5 minutes. For example, you may provide one 5-min-long video or five 1-min-long videos.
- We encourage you provide English captions in these videos or animations to meet accessibility standards and help peer reviewers understand your video content in case you use French or Spanish language in the video.
- Any videos or animations provided should be independently created or you MUST provide information about support of the creation of the resource in the application.
- Please upload videos to YouTube, Vimeo, or other video sharing platform and make them public. Then share the links to these videos in corresponding evidence section of each criterion in the application.