Boldic Award Winners 2005-2015

Previous winners of Boldic Award

2005  Network Upper secondary school  Jamtland    Sweden

Networking College in Jamtland nominated as Swedish candidate for the following reasons
* They have pioneered the innovator of adult education at a distance, through a flexible combination of distance learning and campus.
* They have usefully combined distance learning for adults and students in schools.
* They have found effective ways of learning centers functioning in rural areas and thereby given the function as tutors a valuable and essential for students’ success.
* Exchange Square has paved the way for a fruitful collaboration on educational resources, both regionally and nationally.
The Boldic Award ceremony was in Riga





2006  Nettskolen NKI,  Norway

The Boldic Award jury writes NKI is awarded for development for NKIs work to ”Promote and develop the Nordic tradition of ODL (Open and Distance Learning). The learning concept adds an innovative new dimension to student aid in flexible distance learning.” The Boldic Award ceremony was in Oslo.







2007  Vitus Beaering,   Denmark

Energy-conscious truck drivers receive award for learning effort
Vitus Bering Denmark has developed e-learning course ”Energirigtig kørsel for buses and Lastvogne” of mobile technology for drivers. Via cell phone and I-pod isthe video sequences and text-and lybaserte learning resources. The flexibility is great – drivers working on the course anywhere in the world. In the mandatory rest periods, they can retrieve course modules with examples and explanations. They can thenpractice what they learned when they get behind the wheel again. The evaluation is done continuously, by checking how much energy they save when the course iscompleted. Boldic Award is a Nordic-Baltic price for very good initiatives in distance learning. Read more

2008  MKFC Stockholm colleage    Sweden

”A full commitment in e-learning and activities around internationalization. A popular education in a globalized world, supported by e-learning and modern learning management systems through the Web. ”




2009  Bergen University Netspansk    Norway


“Nettspansk is a 100 % online study covering the first year of Spanish language and Latin-American Studies at bachelor’s level. It’s innovative use of platforms allows of synchronic communication (audio and chat) in combination with powerpoint presentations. Students are able to follow the on-line classes from everywhere in the world.”

2010  Aarhus University ASBCAST video repository   Denmark


“The assessment committee stressed that ASB Media has demonstrated creativity and innovation by combining video presentations with research material.”


2011 The winner for Boldic Award NKI, Norway Berghs school of communication Sweden and Danish School of Media  Multimediajournalistikk



“This is a unique collaboration project where Swedish, Danish and Norwegian students participate in a blended learning online multimedia journalist courses.”


2013 The winner of Boldic Award is RIGA Technical University from Latvia
for the innovative project work done during the Ebig3 project. Miara Dumpe from Business School Riga recieved the prize for Latvia.“For the innovative project work done with integration between broadcasting TV, internet based computors and mobile phones for training and courses during the Ebig3 project.












2014 The winner of Boldic Award is Norwegian Digital Learning Arena NDLA


“The overall goal for the project is to deliver open and free digital learning recourses (OER) of high quality for all, and involve teachers and students in active and participatory learning processes”.



2015 The winner of Boldic Award is Crossboarder collaboration project .






Cross boarder collaboration”for educational cross-border teaching models. The project has been working with ICT , information and communication technologies in a innovative way.

Partners are Danish, Norwegian and Swedish schools.

The project started in 2011 and finalized in 2014.

The overall goal for the project is to develop innovative cross-border teaching models by the means of user driven, practice-based co-design processes between practitioners and researchers.

The jury motivation is that this is an innovative project of open and distance learning and it promotes models for online learning and ICT-supported flexible lifelong learning in the Nordic and Baltic region.

Congratulations and read more about the GNU project here.
http://projektgnu.wordpress.comSee nominations for BA 2015 here ! 

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