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Double digital awards for OUP’s educational resources
21 January 2016
Oxford University Press’s digital education resources won in two categories at the Bett Awards on Wednesday 20 January.
The two UK-published products picked up the prizes at a ceremony in London, which recognizes innovation and excellence in educational technology.
School Improvement Pathways on Oxford Owl won the ICT Leadership & Management category. This simple online system provides essential leadership support and tools, built around a four-step approach common to schools across the UK.
Big Writing Adventures was awarded Best Primary Digital Content (Core Subject) after being shortlisted for three awards. The whole-school writing programme invites children to become special writing agents through a rich, interactive experience.
Jane Harley, Director of Primary and Children’s Dictionaries at Oxford University Press, said: “At Oxford our mission is to support excellence in education and to make a real difference to children’s lives, worldwide. The double Bett awards was fantastic recognition of this mission and testament to the impact we believe these resources offer.”
Find out more about OUP’s UK Schools resources here.