2023 Learning Impact Award Winners
Through the annual Learning Impact Awards competition, we are recognizing outstanding innovations implemented in an educational setting coupled with bold strategies and leadership to power unlimited potential in every learner.
A panel of experts—who watch and assess live presentations of each project—and the edtech community at large (via public voting) decide the winners of the platinum, gold, silver, or bronze awards. Each final project is evaluated and scored on clear and significant evidence of its impact on Personalized Learning, Institutional Performance, and the Digital Learning Ecosystem.
Eight award winners were selected after the final round of competition at the 2023 Learning Impact Conference in Anaheim, California.
Implementing Personalized Adaptive Learning at the University of Central Florida
The Personalized Adaptive Learning (PAL) initiative provides students with individualized learning experiences at scale—allowing them to progress along their unique learning path through course content based on their knowledge, skills, and learning needs.
SCPD and BCdiploma's Partnership for Personalized and Verifiable Blockchain Credentials
The Stanford Center for Professional Development (SCPD) is committed to providing learners with a secure and efficient means of managing their digital credentials, allowing them to showcase their skills and knowledge to potential employers across the globe.
Applying AI-Generated Practice to Textbooks to Improve Teaching and Learning at Iowa State
ISU believes that disseminating learning science-based tools in existing textbooks supports these strategic initiatives by bringing innovative technology to the curriculum of our courses and supporting meaningful learning for students in their daily lives.
SuitCASE: Force-Multiplying the Power of CASE for Georgia's Digital Learning Ecosystem
SuitCASE has made converting, authoring, and maintaining standards in CASE® format more efficient and allows educators to visualize, interact, and discover the value of learning standards in ways that were not possible before.
Leveraging Interoperable Edtech to Automate, Streamline, and Centralize Data
Modesto City Schools (CA) partnered with PowerSchool to connect everyone in their district ecosystem, giving all users an integrated experience with fewer clicks needed to access the information and content required to improve student outcomes.
Micro-Credential Initiative at Kennesaw State University
KSU's initiative is designed around a taxonomy and proposal system that resembles academic curricular review processes found in traditional institutions yet offers flexibility and value to learners by focusing on the demonstration, verification, and communication of workforce-aligned competencies instead of seat hours..