NKI Nettstudier Norway, Bergh’s School of Communication in Sweden and the Danish School of Media and Journalism is the winner of Boldic Award 2011.
Besides the honor of winning, the three organizations share the prize of 500 Euros for developing online course Multimediajournalistikk.
It is a unique Scandinavian projects and to our knowledge there are no similar multimedia online program for journalism studies in Europe.
Multimediajournalistikk uses an innovative website www.webjournalisten.com which can be seen as an online multimedia magazine published by Scandinavian students and teachers. In recent years, there have been about 500 varied and interesting articles in categories: news, commentaries, interviews, articles and protocols.
The project has managed to develop common solutions to overcome obstacles in a Scandinavian online education cooperation. They have also developed a feasible economic model for the allocation of student fees and income between the parties. This is a ”Blandinavian” discourse that will facilitate an interesting multi-lingual learning environment. It is an innovative use of automatic translation tools and continuous assessment is carried out via a unique barometer for response times and quality of education. They have developed a new way to work together to promote online learning and ICT-supported flexible lifelong learning in Norway, Sweden and Denmark. Multimediajournalistikkprojektet meets the requirements that the jury imposes to be a worthy winner of the award Boldic Awards 2011.
The Boldic Award Jury , Stockholm, 21. October 2011
Ulf Sandström Swedish National Agency for distance education SVERD
Jorgen Grubbe Society for fleksibel uddannelse in Denmark FLUID
Danguole Ignatavicuite Vilnius College Lithuania
Torhild Slåtto Nade -Nff Norway