Boldic Award 2011
The Boldic Award 2011 was anounced Friday, October 21th in Stockholm, and it was awarded the Scandinavian project Multimedia journalistikk by NKI Nettstudier, Berghs School of Communication and the Danish School of Media and Journalism.
TISIP's E-learning AwardI received TISIP's E-learning Award and NOK 50.000 in Bergen 13.03.07. The award committee stated:
The price winner has worked with e-learning for 20 years. Since 1986, he has been the central person behind the development of the NKI Internet College and NKI's LMS systems. During these years, he has made more than hundred presentations at national and international conferences. He has published a large number of books, reports and articles about e-learning in Norwegian, English and several other languages. He has taken part in about 20 Norwegian and European research and development projects about e-learning. For the development of NKI's Learning Partner services, he received NKI's Boldic Award for the best development in distance education in the Nordic and Baltic countries in 2006. His Theory of Cooperative Freedom is quite frequently referred to in the international field of e-learning. Morten Flate Paulsen has without doubt made a substantial and thorough research and development work in the field of online education.