This prize is awarded for outstanding contributions to the administrative and management efforts for the conference.
2020 recipient is Carlos Delgado Kloos 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):
The Search for the MOOC Credit Hour
James J. Lohse, Filipe Altoe, Jasmine Jose, Andrew N. Nowotarski, Farrukh Rahman, Robert C. Tuck, David A. Joyner (Georgia Institute of Technology, United States of America)
Electronic, Optical, and Magnetic Properties of Materials: A Comic-Based MOOC
Jessica Sandland, Emma Vargo, Jonathan Paras, George Varnavides, Sarah Warkander, Polina Anikeeva (MIT, United States of America)
Reacting to COVID-19 campus imminent closure: Enabling remote networking laboratories via MOOCs
Nina Slammick-Krijestorak, Johann M. Marquez-Barja ( University of Antwerp & imec, IDLab, Belgium)
Investigating the feasibility of using Video Lecture Capturing as a teaching and learning tool: A case of a rural university in the Eastern Cape, South Africa
Azile Gcaleka, David Tatenda Risinamhodzi (Walter Sisulu University, South Africa)
The Best Lightning Speaker Award is awarded for outstanding presentation by one of the invited Lightning Speakers.
The Three Big Bets of MOOCs and What Comes After
Carlos Delgado Kloos
Adjusting the Parameters of Educational Models