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Announcing the Winners of the Maestro Awards

The OSCARS of the eLearning industry are prepared to announce the winners of the Maestro Awards. We had a number of highly qualified candidates making it tough to choose, but we have selected the “Maestros” of 2011 and want to recognize them for their hard work.

Read what their colleagues had to say about them and click on the titles to learn more about these eLearning gurus in their personal interviews.

Best eLearning Designer: Tobias Jedlund, VectorLearning.com, Inc.

“Tobias is a highly talented designer and developer who specializes in blending innovative graphic and design elements with current eLearning technology to continually enhance the online education experience for the end user. Recently Tobias was selected to be part of an elite group of eLearning specialists who will speak at the 2011 Learning Solutions Conference & Expo.”

Interview: 10 Steps to Award-Winning E-Learning Design Process found on Jack Shaw’s Free Management Library.

Best eLearning Developer: Craig Bunyea, Concurrent Technologies Corporation

“Craig is a fantastic eLearning developer! He created a New Hire Orientation online course that is very interactive and visually appealing. The course is laid out as a town and the buildings are different topics that new employees need to visit and view. The employee navigates through the town and learns many of the processes and procedures at our company. Not only did Craig develop all the flash elements of the course, but also he drew the background for the town that employees visit on their journey through the course. After entering a building, Craig also drew the main images and background images inside each building. He is talented both in 2-D design and in programming. Using Dreamweaver, he finalized the course for our company’s LMS. We get nothing but positive comments from employees, since many times, mandatory training can be just a page-turner. Additionally, Craig is very easy to work with and is open to all suggestions. He patiently teaches me design and programming concepts since I am trying to learn some of what he does. I will never have the same level of ability as Craig and realize how important he is to the CTC University team.”

Interview: Under the Hood of a Beautiful eLearning Course

Best eLearning Executive: Steve Cooper, CEO of Camelback Education Group

“Steve Cooper is one of the most innovative CEOs dealing with elearning. He has created concepts for using Facebook as an educational platform and the leader of Camelback Education Group he continues to look toward emerging technologies and the application of these technologies in pursuit of better access for people to educational opportunities. He’s a visionary on the world of elearning and deserves to be nominated for this process.”

Interview: Life Lessons from a Respected eLearning Executive

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