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EUNIS Dørup E-learning Award for Tomi Kauppinen, Yulia Guseva and Sara Gottschalk

Tomi Kauppinen, Yulia Guseva and Sara Gottschalk from Aalto Online Learning received an EUNIS Dørup E-learning Award on 11 June. The award is given for the outstanding and innovative application of information technology in an educational setting.
A colorful abstract painting by Maj Dørup
Painting: Maj Dørup

Aalto Online Learning is happy to announce that on June 11th, 2020 the paper Designing Digital Higher Education: Case Aalto Online Learning by Tomi Kauppinen, Yulia Guseva and Sara Gottschalk got the EUNIS Dørup E-learning Award 2020 in EUNIS 2020 Congress in its evening session Virtual Gala with live entertainment and presentation of EUNIS awards. 

EUNIS Dørup E-learning Award

The EUNIS Dørup E-learning Award is given for the outstanding and innovative application of information technology (IT) in an educational setting. It was founded in commemoration of former member of the EUNIS Board of Directors, Jens Dørup.

The award is organised by the EUNIS Learning and Teaching Special Interest Group. The call for submissions for the EUNIS Dørup E-learning Award is done at the same time as the general call for papers for the annual Congress and the winner is selected by the Dørup Award Judging Panel. The award is not a monetary award, but the winner will receive a special certificate and a framed print of a painting by Danish artist Maj Dørup (daughter of Jens Dørup).

Read more about EUNIS Dørup E-learning Award.

EUNIS 2020 held in virtual Helsinki

European University Information Systems Organization (EUNIS), formed in 1993, brings together those who are responsible for the management, development and the policy for Information Technology in Higher Education in Europe. The objective of EUNIS is to contribute to the development of high quality information systems. To achieve this, the aims of EUNIS are:

  • encourage exchange, cooperation and debates between those responsible for information systems in higher education or research institutes/organizations within Europe;
  • establish relationships with supervisory organizations in charge of information systems in hig her education and in research institutes in each country as well as at European level. (EUNIS)

The 26th Annual EUNIS Congress was held on 10–12 June 2020. Due to the Covid-19 situation, the planned event, at the University of Helsinki in Finland, became their first ever fully online Congress.

Aalto Online Learning Team congratulates Tomi, Yulia, and Sara for their accomplishment!

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