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Community Education Wins International LERN Award

Lovette Curry proudly displaying LERN AwardNashville Community Education has been honored for excellence in the website category by the Learning Resources Network (LERN), an international association in lifelong learning. The winning entry was included in a showcase of exemplary programs at the LERN Annual Conference in San Francisco, November 21-23, 2013.

The primary criteria judges used for those selected was the quality of being at the leading edge of the field of lifelong learning, as evidenced by their nomination. Judges looked for websites that were:

  • original
  • innovative
  • replicable and appropriate as a model for other programs
  • and presented measurable outcomes

"The awards selection process is very competitive," Julie Coates, Vice President of Information Services for LERN said, "And it is truly an honor to be selected. Nashville Community Education's entry was selected from more than 100 nominations."

Browse through the rest of the Nashville Community Education website and take note of all of our features, including: original photo galleries, live Twitter feed, engagement opportunities through direct email and LinkedIn, adaptive FAQ, and more.

We are pleased that our work with the IT department for the city of Nashville in developing our website received this award from the LERN organization. We hope that our readers will find our site to be comprehensive, responsive, and interactive for easy use on any computer or mobile device. Learn more about the website and the submission by taking a look through our Website Category Submission here!