Each entry will then be considered by our panel of judges according to agreed upon criteria. The winners will be announced at the ContentEd Awards ceremony in Edinburgh on Thursday 27 June 2019.
For more information, please refer to the rules for submissions here: http://www.contentedlive.com/awards.
User Focus AwardThis award recognises an approach to content founded upon a thorough understanding of users. Entries will explain the research process that was adopted, any significant insights gained, and how these led to a change in organisational thinking towards a user-focused approach.
Better Storytelling AwardThis award recognises an innovative approach to the stories and methodologies used in creating a brand narrative around the institution.
Pioneer AwardThis award recognises an individual leader in content strategy in the education sector. This individual will be breaking new ground in the type of content that they are creating or in their strategic approach to content strategy within the education sector.
Excellence in Content StrategyThis award recognises excellence across multiple aspects of content strategy. Nominees will have a proven understanding of the discipline and a track record of championing content strategy in the education sector.
Collaborator AwardThis award recognises an institution or team who are breaking through silos and creating a lasting culture of collaboration within their approach to content strategy.
Best content-led CampaignThis award recognises an organisation or institution employing creative content strategy at the forefront of a campaign. The campaign will focus on recruitment, awareness raising, fundraising or any another measurable organisational goal.
Please limit this to 1000 words or less per award category, and include no more than 10 hyperlinks.
A separate space is provided for attaching supporting materials. You can also send print materials to: ContentEd Awards, 57 Lime Street, Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE1 2PQ.