Boldic Award 2015 is supported by Nordplus and the winner of 500 Euros is the project“Cross boarder collaboration”for educational cross-border teaching models. The project has been working with ICT , information and communication technologies in a innovative way.
Partners are Danish, Norwegian and Swedish schools.
The project started in 2011 and finalized in 2014.
The overall goal for the project is to develop innovative cross-border teaching models by the means of user driven, practice-based co-design processes between practitioners and researchers.
The jury motivation is that this is an innovative project of open and distance learning and it promotes models for online learning and ICT-supported flexible lifelong learning in the Nordic and Baltic region.
Congratulations and read more about the GNU project here.