Globisens Win Gold for Most Innovative E-Learning Product
November 13, 2013
At the UK E-Learning award competition, which took place at the central London Marriot Hotel, Globisens were announced as first place winner. The award was accepted by the company’s UK partner Mike Carter from Tyncan. Within hours the E-Learning awards had released the following message on twitter “Congratulations to Globisens who take a well deserved gold for their hand held science laboratory tool.”
The “Gold” represents the third consecutive international award won for the Labdisc all-in-one compact science lab with 15 built-in sensors. In addition to this, the Labdisc has also carried home the prominent international Worlddidac award and Awards of Excellence in the last few months.
Mr. Dovi Bruker, Globisens CEO said “with more than 200 companies applying for this prestigious award, we feel this is a true achievement and validation of our efforts. The award was specifically addressing products that could revolutionize the way learning can be experienced. Wining this award further motivates us to keep on developing products that not only innovate but allow teachers to convey the beauty of science, ensuring it can be more effectively studied and enjoyed by students.”
Labdisc shortlisted for E-Learning Award
October 15, 2013
The Labdisc has been shortlisted out of 200 entries for the 2013 E-Learning Awards in the category of "Most Innovative New Learning Hardware or Software Product". The award recognizes products that revolutionize the way learning is designed, delivered, supported, enhanced or managed.
Dov Bruker, Globisens CEO told us: "Winners will be announced at a gala evening on 7 November 2013. Whatever the results we're honored to have been shortlisted and will continue to strive towards developing innovative education solutions that make learning complex science concepts easy and engaging."
The E-Learning Awards has been rewarding e-learning excellence for 9 years, attracting entries from all over the world. Read more about the E-Learning Award and the shortlisted companies
Labdisc wins 30th Annual Awards of Excellence "Outstanding Education Technology Products Saluted"
November 15, 2012
Globisens were announced by the Tech & Learning magazine as education technology products winners as part of the Awards of Excellence prestigious 30-year-old recognition program. Award winning software, hardware, network, Web products include innovative applications that break new ground as well as those that added significant enhancements to proven education tools.
A panel of more than 30 educators who tested more than 160 entries, chose the winners.
“As schools continue to have to do more with less, buying the right solution for your district needs is more important than ever,” says Kevin Hogan, Editorial Director for NewBay Media’s Tech & Learning Group. “Tech & Learning is proud to present these recommended products that have been put to the test by our experienced educational team of judges.”
Mr. Bruker, Globisens CEO told us, “We are very honored and grateful to be selected to win this award. Since launching only a year ago we applied for two international awards: the Awards of Excellence, a very prestigious North American-based award and the Worlddidac. Winning both these awards is very encouraging for all the team, indicating that the Labdisc represents innovation and a valuable solution to very real science educator challenges”
Globisens Labdisc Wins the Worlddidac 2012 Award for Innovation and Pedagogic Value
June 15, 2012
After only a few months since it's release, the Labdisc Gensci with GlobiLab software has won the Worlddidac Award, the most recognized international prize in the education sector.
The award is presented every two years to innovative and pedagogically valuable products with a high potential to improve learning or teaching.
The Labdisc and GlobiLab software were intensively evaluated by an international jury of education experts and educators for the period of an entire week, following which the product was presented to the 12 jurors by video conference.
The criteria of evaluation include overall quality, safety, eco-friendliness, pedagogic value, ease-of-use, aesthetics, handbook quality, degree of realism in software, multi-functionality, adaptability, design innovation, pedagogical innovation, technological innovation, degree of interactivity and performance/cost ratio.
Mrs. Tamar Antakol, VP Sales at Globisens, who presented the product to the jury told us "The jury recognized the revolutionary contribution the Labdisc has made to experiencing science in schools. They clearly were impressed by the all-in-one nature of the wireless data logger solution with up to 14 built-in probes; cutting 1.5 hours on an average Lab setup time.