SIIA Announces 2019 CODiE™ Award Winners for Education Technology

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Winners announced in education industry innovation and excellence

WASHINGTON (PRWEB) June 12, 2019

The Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA), the principal trade association for the software and digital content industries, yesterday announced the winners of the 2019 CODiE Awards in education technology. The winners were announced during an awards celebration at the Education Industry Conference & CODiE Awards in San Francisco, with 34 awards given for products and services deployed specifically for the education technology market. The program also was simulcast to a global web audience.

All of the nominated education technology products and services were first reviewed by educators and administrators, whose evaluations determined the finalists. SIIA members then voted on the finalist products, with the scores from both rounds tabulated to select the winners.

2019 Education Technology CODiE Award Winners

Best Administrative Solution    

  • Otus, Otus, LLC    

Best Coding & Computational Thinking Solution

  • Coding Galaxy, Cherrypicks

Best Collaborative Community Solution for Educators    

  • Let's Talk!, K12 Insight    

Best College & Career Readiness Solution

  • ALEKS PPL, McGraw-Hill Education    

Best Content Authoring Development or Curation Solution    

  • uCertify CREATE, uCertify     

Best Corporate / Workforce Learning Management Solution

  • Adobe Captivate Prime, Adobe Inc.    

Best Cross-Curricular Solution

  • Discovery Education STEM Connect, Discovery Education

Best Data Solution

  • EvaluationKIT, Watermark

Best Education Cloud-Based Solution

  • MobyMax, MobyMax

Best Educational App

  • Ooka Island, Scholastic Inc.

Best Emerging Education Technology Solution for Administrators    

  • ScholarshipUniverse, CampusLogic    

Best Emerging Instructional Technology Solution

  • BlueStreak Math, BlueStreak Education, Inc    

Best ESL, ELL or World Language Acquisition Solution

  • Renaissance myON® Reader, Renaissance Learning    

Best Formative Student Assessment Solution

  • Matific, Matific

Best Game-Based Curriculum Solution

  • L3 Skills, n2y

Best Higher Education Learning Management Solution (LMS)    

  • uCertify LEARN, uCertify

Best Instructional Solution in Non-Core Areas    

  • AchieveWORKS Intelligences, Human eSources

Best K-12 Learning Management Solution (LMS)

  • D2L Brightspace for Schools, D2L Inc.

Best Learning Capacity-Building Solution - Tie

  • MobyMax, MobyMax
  • Renaissance Accelerated Reader®, Renaissance Learning

Best Mathematics Instructional Solution for Grades 9-12 & Higher Education    

  • ALEKS for Math, McGraw-Hill Education

Best Mathematics Instructional Solution for Grades PreK-8    

  • ST Math, MIND Research Institute

Best PreK / Early Childhood Learning Solution    

  • Wee Engineer, Museum of Science, Boston    

Best Professional Learning Solution for Faculty & Administrative Staff    

  • edWeb.net, edWeb.net

Best Reading/Writing/Literature Instructional Solution for Grades 9-12 & Higher Education

  • Actively Learn, Achieve3000

Best Reading/Writing/Literature Instructional Solution for Grades PreK-8    

  • Raz-Plus, Learning A-Z    

Best Science/STEM Instructional Solution    

  • Gradescope, Turnitin

Best Social Sciences or Social Studies Instructional Solution

  • myWorld Interactive, Pearson K-12 Learning LLC    

Best Solution for Exceptional Students    

  • Inclusive ClassVR, Inclusive Technology Ltd

Best Source for Library, Reference or Education Resources    

  • GetEdFunding.com, CDW-G and Big Deal Media    

Best Summative Student Assessment Solution    

  • ALEKS PPL, McGraw-Hill Education

Best Tool for Student Creation or Expression    

  • littleBits Base Inventor Kit, littleBits Electronics Inc.    

Best Virtual Learning Solution    

  • uCertify LEARN, uCertify

Best Overall Education Solution
The Best Overall Education Solution was awarded to ST Math, MIND Research Institute, which had the best scores from both rounds of judging of all of the products entered in the education categories.

Lifetime Achievement Award in Education Technology
The Lifetime Achievement Award, which celebrates individuals who have made significant long-term contributions to the education industry - and are renowned for their reputation, leadership, vision, mentorship, career success and philanthropy, was presented to Kathy Hurley.

"The 2019 CODiE Award winners represent the best of a new class of innovative products that are disrupting education and adding new efficiencies for educators and administrators. These exciting new products are opening doors for learners of all ages by developing and utilizing new technologies to respond to student and educator needs,” said Jeff Joseph, SIIA President. “Congratulations to all our honorees!”

Details about the winning products can be found at http://www.siia.net/codie/2019-Winners.

About the CODiE Awards
The SIIA CODiE Awards is the only peer-reviewed program to showcase business and education technology’s finest products and services. Since 1986, thousands of products, services and solutions have been recognized for achieving excellence. For more information, visit siia.net/CODiE.

The Education Technology Industry Network (ETIN) of SIIA is the leading voice for 200+ companies that provide software applications, digital content, online learning services and related technologies across the PK-20 sector. ETIN drives growth and innovation within the industry by providing leadership, advocacy, business development opportunities, government relations and critical ed tech market information. For more information, visit http://www.siia.net/etin.

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