Oxford University Press (OUP) on Friday announced that the company's digital teaching assist software Oxford Educate has won the IDA Award 2013 in the category "Digital Content and Software in Education".
The IDA Awards recognize and reward products and services that demonstrate excellence in Innovation, Implementation, impact, sustainability and scalability in the field of education & training.
The winner was announced at the Asian Summit on Education & Skills (ASES) 2013 in the presence of over 500 industry leaders and education innovators.
Ranjan Kaul, Managing Director of OUP India said: "It is overwhelming to learn that Oxford Educate has won the IDA Award 2013 for Digital Content and Software in Education. Providing teachers with a breadth of high quality materials and support is central to our educational work at Oxford University Press."
"Oxford Educate is an exciting digital teaching aid integrating interactive e-books which include animations, audio and video clips, slideshows and other multimedia content for all key Oxford University Press school courses. As a department of the University of Oxford, we create world-class resources and make them available as widely as possible in pursuit of the University's objective of excellence in research, scholarship and education," Kaul said.