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CILC Pinnacle Award

CILC Pinnacle Awards Recipients Announced

August 7, 2018

Content Providers across the globe earned CILC Pinnacle Award 2016-17 Logoa Pinnacle Award for the 2017-2018 fiscal year from the Center for Interactive Learning and Collaboration (CILC). CILC is recognized nationally and internationally as the leader in live, interactive content aggregation, consulting, and support services.

The Pinnacle Award is given annually, by the CILC, to organizations that receive outstanding scores on program evaluations submitted by educators and Activity Directors. Receiving the award indicates remarkable quality of educational content and exceptional skill at program delivery.

“Each year the honor roll of Pinnacle Award winners grows longer. This year we are recognizing 69 organizations for exemplary interactive programming. We at CILC are so proud of how our content provider partners consistently impact the lives of students and lifelong learners across the globe. Congratulations, all!” said Janet Zanetis, CILC Managing Director.

“Longwood Gardens strives to deliver exceptional educational programs to classrooms throughout the U.S and beyond,” says Paul B. Redman, President and CEO. “Receiving the coveted CILC Pinnacle Award is a great honor, and we are especially gratified knowing that the students and teachers who experience our programs recognize them as outstanding educational opportunities.”

The Pinnacle Award was first awarded in 2008 and has become a CILC tradition. Below are this year’s winners.
 

 


About CILC

The Center for Interactive Learning and Collaboration (CILC), established in 1994, specializes in the access to applications and the utilization of videoconferencing for live interactive content and professional development, as well as web-based collaborative learning environments for lifelong learning. CILC provides consulting expertise in videoconferencing, integration, problem-based learning projects, and effective techniques for the delivery and development of quality programs. Visit www.cilc.org to explore the various providers of content and diversity of programs and trainings available.

CILC serves as a program to the South Central Service Cooperative, an Education Service Agency with its headquarters in southern Minnesota.