Awards | National Institute for Digital Learning


Dublin City University and its linked Colleges have an outstanding reputation for promoting innovation in digital, blended and online learning and over the years we have won several awards in recognition of our excellence. Recent awards include:

• 2020 - ‘Overall e-Learning Solution of the Year’ for FutureLearn course on "How to Teach Online" at EdTech Breakthrough Awards

• 2017 - Highly Commended Award from European Consortium for Innovative Univeristies (ECIU) for Team Innovation in Teaching and Learning 

• 2017- Finalist under Ethical Leadership category in QS Reimagine Education Awards for DCU Fuse

• 2017 - Honorable Mention under Creative Innovation category in Open Education Awards for Excellence for Student Success Toolbox project

• 2016 - Recipient of Online Learning Consortium Effective Practice Award for Student Success Toolbox project

• 2016 - Best Poster Award at the ASCILITE International Conference on Innovation, Practice and Research in the Use of Educational Technologies in Tertiary Education, Adelaide

• 2016 - Finalist for 2016 e-Learning Excellence Awards at European Conference on E-Learning for Student Success Toolbox project

• 2016 - Finalist and Honourable mention in the IMS Global Learning Impact Awards for Student Success Toolbox project

• 2015 - Y1Feedback Project Team, including Prof Mark Brown and Elaine Walsh, Best Poster Award, International Assessment in Higher Education Conference

• 2015 - Clare Gormley two nominations and recipient of President's Award for Teaching Support

• 2015 - Dr Mark Glynn, Joint recipient of President's Award for Engagement (Student Support Catagory)

• 2014 - Elaine Walsh and Dr James Brunton, Best Poster Award, EDEN Research Workshop

• 2014 - Dr Enda DonlonFujitsu Academic & Research Innovation President's Award 

• 2014 - Dr Enda Donlon, Finalist for the Jennifer Burke Award for Innovation in Teaching and Learning


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