Winners Proudly Display ‘Best of…” Trophies

Some winners in the annual “Best of Elearning!” Awards accepted their trophies during the annual TechKnowledge Conference, sponsored by the American Society for Training & Development, in Las Vegas in January.

Contest balloting is held each fall among readers of Elearning! magazine. Visitors to the magazine’s Website (www.2elearning.com) get a chance to vote for their favorite products and vendors by completing an open-ended ballot. For the 2008 awards, winners and/or finalists were named in nine categories.
Pictured here are vendors who were available at the conference and trade show. All photos taken by J.W. Upton.

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Jeff Place, sales manager at Questionmark, which was a finalist in the “Best Assessment Tool” category.

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Paul Angelo, a product specialist (left) and Steve Price, an account executive for Element K, which was a finalist in the “Best I.T. Content” category.

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Paul Ingallinera, a product specialist (left) and Michael Sabbag, vice president of talent management for Learn.Com, which won “Best Enterprise LMS” and was a finalist in the “Best Soft-Skills Tool,” “Best I.T. Content” and “Best Leadership Tool” categories.

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Bill Crandall, a sales representative (left) and Tracie Hugley, marketing coordinator, for GeoLearning, which won the “Best SaaS LMS” category.

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Brian Law, marketing manager for Adobe Acrobat Connect Pro (left) and Kyle Rader of Adobe, which won the “Best Simulation Solution” and “Best Virtual Classroom.” Adobe also was a finalist in the “Best Assessment Tool” and “Best Mobile Learning” categories.

Some winners in the annual “Best of Elearning!” Awards accepted their trophies during the annual TechKnowledge Conference, sponsored by the American Society for Training & Development, in Las Vegas in January.

Contest balloting is held each fall among readers of Elearning! magazine. Visitors to the magazine’s Website (www.2elearning.com) get a chance to vote for their favorite products and vendors by completing an open-ended ballot. For the 2008 awards, winners and/or finalists were named in nine categories.
Pictured here are vendors who were available at the conference and trade show. All photos taken by J.W. Upton.

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Jeff Place, sales manager at Questionmark, which was a finalist in the “Best Assessment Tool” category.

[WINNERS-ELEMENTK]
Paul Angelo, a product specialist (left) and Steve Price, an account executive for Element K, which was a finalist in the “Best I.T. Content” category.

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Paul Ingallinera, a product specialist (left) and Michael Sabbag, vice president of talent management for Learn.Com, which won “Best Enterprise LMS” and was a finalist in the “Best Soft-Skills Tool,” “Best I.T. Content” and “Best Leadership Tool” categories.

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Bill Crandall, a sales representative (left) and Tracie Hugley, marketing coordinator, for GeoLearning, which won the “Best SaaS LMS” category.

[WINNERS-ADOBE]
Brian Law, marketing manager for Adobe Acrobat Connect Pro (left) and Kyle Rader of Adobe, which won the “Best Simulation Solution” and “Best Virtual Classroom.” Adobe also was a finalist in the “Best Assessment Tool” and “Best Mobile Learning” categories.

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