Judging the Best in Workplace Learning
Sep 17, 2008
A Harrisburg University of Science and Technology faculty member served as a judge for the 2008 Brandon Hall Excellence in Learning Awards.
Andrej Petroski, director of Learning Technologies and assistant professor of Learning Technologies, was an independent volunteer judged for the awards, which recognize the best in innovative learning content, technology, and initiatives in workplace learning.
Winners of the 2008 Awards will be announced on September 25. The Awards ceremony will mark the 14th year in which Brandon Hall Research has been recognizing the best in innovative workplace learning.
Since 1992, Brandon Hall Research has been providing independent expert advice in the form of published reports and phone consultations on the tools of e-learning: LMS, LCMS, authoring tools, content providers, and other tools that help organizations develop successful e-learning solutions.
Harrisburg University offers an exclusive Master of Science Degree in Learning Technologies. It is a 36-credit-hour program designed for educators and other working professionals to enhance current instructional capabilities and help lead the development of new, more effective learning programs in the future.
Prior to joining the University, Petroski was Sr. Instructional Designer at Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield. He is an award winning instructional technologist with 10 years of eLearning design and development experience in multimedia production firms, independent consulting, and corporate learning. He has played various roles in over 75 multimedia, web, and eLearning projects including project manager, multimedia producer, instructional designer, graphic designer, writer, and developer.
Harrisburg University of Science and Technology offers undergraduate, graduate, and certificate programs in applied science and technology fields to a diversity of student learners. By integrating experiential learning with business mentors and internships, the University educates career-minded individuals in nationally critical science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) careers, giving them the tools to succeed in a 21st century knowledge-based economy. The University's mission also includes a dedication to create, attract and expand economic opportunities in the region.
For more information on the University’s degree programs, call 717.901.5101 or email Connect@HarrisburgU.net