Cast your vote for the IBM Open Badge Program to win at the 2017 Learning Impact Leadership Awards. Created in 2007, the IMS Global Learning Impact Awards (LIA) recognizes outstanding applications of educational technology to address the most significant challenges facing education. Nominations come from around the world from organizations and institutions that meet the eligibility requirements.
The IBM Open Badge Program was launched in 2016 and it is already leading the IT industry in digital credentials. The program disrupted the IT certification space, winning the coveted 2017 IT Certification Council Innovation Award. Last year, more than 200,000 people from around the globe earned an IBM Open Badge. The Open Badge Program is increasing engagement, increasing leads and generating thousands of social media impressions, signaling the vitality of IBM’s programs and services.
IBM is a finalist, but we need your vote! Winners will be announced at the Learning Impact Leadership Institute on May 18, 2017, so vote now and share with your colleagues!
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