I don't think it has been put up on here yet,
I wanted to give a HUGE Congratulations to The Cutter Project on winning the BETT 2011 Awards in Environmental Sustainability and to say how very pleased to hear you guys grab the award!. It's a very well deserved award i know ALOT of people are very happy for you in winning such award as i don't think words sum up how much as a company how fantastic and great you are in the area of work you Specialise in
Information on Award Criteria:
To reward exemplary digital products and services which help to maximise the environmental benefits of technology and/or minimise the use of materials, waste generation, energy consumption, carbon emissions, and other negative environmental impacts.
Digital software, hardware, content, systems and services including computing, imaging, input/output, communications, audio-visual, connectivity, data management, digital learning resources, consumables, reused equipment, products demonstrating ‘leaner' and more sustainable code, metering technology and other specialist equipment, applications and peripherals.
All education institutions and providers of learning, their leaders, managers, staff and learners; from early years, through primary and secondary to FE & skills.
Judges will not expect entries to match every criteria listed in the category. Each product will be considered on individual merit. Please make sure you state on your entry form which criteria your product best meets.
Any software and resources that accompany the hardware will also be part of the evaluation process.
* Protection of natural resources - Does it engage with sustainable use of physical materials and waste?
* Inspiring environmental quality
* Sustainable communities
* Does it enable effective learning of resource-efficient ICT skills?
* Does it provide valuable user guidance and information on global and ethical footprint?
It is a well deserved award won by a hard working team of people and company.
Well Done Chaps!
Last edited by EduTech; 17th January 2011 at 12:17 AM.
jamesreedersmith (17th January 2011)
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