La Trobe University and Didasko win at Educational Publishing Awards

Monday, 07 September, 2020

La Trobe University and Didasko win at Educational Publishing Awards

La Trobe University and online partner Didasko have won at the Educational Publishing Awards Australia for the third consecutive year.

The partnership achieved first and second place in the ‘Tertiary (wholly Australia) Teaching and Learning Resource - Digital’ category.

First place was awarded to the ‘Study Ready Orientation’ program — a Didasko initiative that assists La Trobe students prepare for commencement of online studies and increase their chances of successfully graduating.

Second place went to the Didasko Learning Portal and ‘Working with Others’ — a subject designed by Didasko in collaboration with academic experts at La Trobe.

Andrew Horton, Group Managing Director, said the win reflects the strong, continuing collaboration between La Trobe University and Didasko.

“I warmly congratulate everyone across the Didasko and La Trobe teams on this well-deserved recognition of our dynamic partnership. Our focus is on creating innovative, immersive and career-enhancing 100% online content for students.

“The applied qualifications we deliver on behalf of La Trobe are all 100% online degrees. And, thanks to our award-winning, learning platform and benchmark online pedagogy, students enjoy an outstanding, convenient and flexible study experience. These degrees are designed specifically to meet industry needs and provide graduates with an enhanced opportunity to obtain their desired employment outcome,” Horton said.

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The annual Educational Publishing Awards Australia (EPAA) recognise excellence and innovation within the educational publishing industry and are organised by the Australian Publishers Association.

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