This prize is awarded for outstanding contributions to the administrative and management efforts for the conference.
2019 recipient is Anant Agarwal for outstanding contributions to the IEEE LWMMOCS conference.
Best Paper Awards from the technical program are given to both students (Best Student Paper) and non-student presenters (Best Paper):
Improving MOOC quality using learning analytics tools
Jeffrey S. Cross, Nopphon Keerativoranan, May Kristine Jonson Carlon, Yong Hong Tan, Zarina Rakhimberdina, Hideki Mori (Tokyo Tech, Japan)
F-Lingo: Integrating lexical feature identification into MOOC platforms for learning professional and academic English
Alannah Fitzgerald, Jemma König, Ian H. Witten (The University of Waikato, New Zealand)
How Student Background and Topic Impact the Doer Effect in Computational Thinking MOOCs
Jitesh Maiyuran1, Ayesha Bajwa1, Ana Bell2, Erik Hemberg1, Una-May O'Reilly1 (1 Massachusetts Institute of Technology, CSAIL, United States of America; 2 Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States of America)
Federal Funding Opportunity Announcements as a Catalyst of Students’ Projects in MOOC Environments
Enrique Alvarez Vazquez, Mary Pearson, Lauren Singelmann, Ryan Striker, Ellen Swartz (North Dakota State University, United States of America )
The Best Lightning Speaker Award is awarded for outstanding presentation by one of the invited Lightning Speakers.
Using MOOCs and Experiential Learning for Competency Development