Swedish company DigiExam, with its platform designed to help educators to create, deliver and mark assessments, has won the prestigious Bett award in the ‘Higher Education/Further Education digital services’ category. Coinciding with Bett, the world’s leading event for learning technology, the awards are considered the highest accolade in the industry.
The Bett Awards play a key role in identifying and rewarding excellence in education trade. The winning organisations were announced at the Bett Awards dinner in London on Wednesday 25 January.
The judges said, ‘DigiExam is an innovative product that helps teachers create a variety of exams and assessments. It makes collating marking and feedback easy and gives teachers a lot of control over the assessment process; a very useful tool for blended and online learning’.
Patrick Hayes, director of BESA and chair of judges for the Bett Awards said, “If you’re looking for evidence that the UK EdTech sector is world-leading, look no further than the fantastically innovative winners of the Bett Awards 2017. Our esteemed judging panel of educationalists faced a huge task in deciding which of the hundreds of entries should win or be highly commended.”
“Well done to DigiExam! With more outstanding entrants than ever before, it is a remarkable achievement in its first year of business in the UK. The global reputation of the Bett Awards means that DigiExam, indeed all the finalists, have an honour that is recognised and respected by educators across the world.”
Rachel Brodie, portfolio director at Ascential Events added: “What makes these Awards different is that they focus on the resources, services and the people that really make an impact on learning and the day-to-day work of the teachers in the classroom.
“I would like to congratulate the team at DigiExam; its constant determination to achieve excellence in design, delivery and support helps to ensure that the outcomes for schools across the world are the very best.”
“In our field of creating efficient and powerful technologies that improve teaching, learning and assessment, winning the Bett Award is a high honour,” said DigiExam CEO and cofounder Johan Hägglund.
“We are humbled by this great recognition and both excited and proud of the way our company is redefining the way learners are assessed.”
For more information, please visit www.bettawards.com.
Notes for Editors
Celebrating its 33rd anniversary in 2017, Bett has evolved into the world’s leading event for learning technology, with a broader remit than ever before. Covering the breadth of lifelong learning, the event brings together more than 35,000 industry leaders, practitioners, professionals and inspirational figures to share ideas inspiration on how to support learning together through technology. Bett 2017 will run over four days from Wednesday 25 to Saturday 28 January at ExCeL London. For more information, please visit www.bettshow.com
BESA, the British Educational Suppliers Association, is the trade association representing more than 300 educational suppliers in the UK, including manufacturers and distributors of equipment, materials, books, consumables, furniture, technology, ICT hardware and digital-content related services to the education market. For more information, please visit www.besa.org.uk.
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