United States Distance Learning Association (USDLA) Announces 2022 International Distance Learning Award Winners

The United States Distance Learning Association (known globally as USDLA), the leader in Distance and Digital Learning education, has announced its International Distance Learning Award winners for 2022.

Each year, USDLA recognizes innovators and leaders within the distance/digital learning industry as part of our International Award program. These highly coveted awards are presented annually to organizations and individuals who compete across several categories of excellence. The USDLA International Distance Learning Awards are created to acknowledge major accomplishments in distance learning and to highlight those distance learning instructors, programs, and professionals who have achieved and demonstrated extraordinary achievements through the use of online learning techniques, innovation, and video delivery technologies globally. This year, the following institutions were chosen by the review committee to receive awards in their respective categories:

Quality Research
– Gold: Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University – Creating Relevant Extended Reality
– Silver: Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University – Remote Education Tutors
– Bronze: Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University – Examining research on the impact of distance and online learning: A second-order meta-analysis study

Excellence in Distance Teaching
– Gold: Anna Hollis – University or Texas, Arlington
– Silver: Heather Vaccaro – Savannah College of Arts and Designs
– Bronze: Heather Leslie – University or San Diego