Navy eLearning Gets Best Practice Award

Navy eLearning (NeL) received the 21st Century Best Practice Distance Learning Award from the United States Distance Learning Association (USDLA) earlier this year.

The award honors distance-learning instructors, programs and professionals from around the world who have achieved extraordinary results through the use of online, video-conferencing, satellite and blended learning delivery technologies.

“We’re thrilled to win the award,” says Capt. Hank Reeves, NeL project director, assigned to the Navy’s Sea Warrior program, who accepted the award on behalf of the eLearning team.

“I’m extremely pleased this team, which has been doing exceptional work for years, is finally getting some recognition. It really isn’t so much a single event that resulted in winning the award, but more of the team’s sustained superior performance.”

Since 1987, USDLA has recognized outstanding organizations in the distance learning field.

Navy eLearning (NeL) received the 21st Century Best Practice Distance Learning Award from the United States Distance Learning Association (USDLA) earlier this year.

The award honors distance-learning instructors, programs and professionals from around the world who have achieved extraordinary results through the use of online, video-conferencing, satellite and blended learning delivery technologies.

“We’re thrilled to win the award,” says Capt. Hank Reeves, NeL project director, assigned to the Navy’s Sea Warrior program, who accepted the award on behalf of the eLearning team.

“I’m extremely pleased this team, which has been doing exceptional work for years, is finally getting some recognition. It really isn’t so much a single event that resulted in winning the award, but more of the team’s sustained superior performance.”

Since 1987, USDLA has recognized outstanding organizations in the distance learning field.

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