USDLA Awards ATP with the Bronze Award for Best Practices for Excellence in Distance Learning 2010

 

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May 5, 2010

Gail Barker, Ph.D., Co-Director, Arizona Telemedicine Program receives award from John G. Flores, Executive Director USDLA, and Reggie Williams III USDLA President

USDLA 2010 International Awards Presented for Excellence in Distance Learning for
Individuals, Organizations and Companies Honoring their Outstanding Achievements.
World's most prestigious distance learning awards were presented yesterday in St.
Louis, Missouri for excellence in distance learning to individuals, organizations
and companies.USDLA is a 501(c) 3 non-profit association, founded in 1987, as the nation's leading distance learning organization.
The association reaches 20,000 people globally with sponsors and members operating
in and influencing 46% of the $913 billion dollar U.S. education and training market.
These prestigious International Awards are presented annually to organizations and
individuals engaged in the development and delivery of distance learning programs.
Included in the recognition ceremony were awards for 21st Century Best Practice,
Best Practice for Distance Learning Programming, Excellence in Distance Learning
Teaching, Outstanding Leadership by an Individual, Hall of Fame and Eagle Awards.
The USDLA International Awards are closely followed by the distance learning industry.
BEST PRACTICES AWARDS FOR EXCELLENCE IN DISTANCE LEARNING TEACHING
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