Focus EduVation, an industry leader in the design and development of custom content for online programs offered by colleges and universities, has been awarded the APEX 2019 Grand Award of Excellence in the Electronic Media category for the Best Use of Story-Based Learning.
APEX 2019 — the 31st Annual Awards for Publication Excellence — is an international competition that recognizes outstanding publications from newsletters and magazines to annual reports, brochures and websites.
About the APEX Awards
The APEX Awards for Publication Excellence is an annual competition for publishers, editors, writers and designers who create print, Web, electronic and social media. Communications Concepts, Inc. sponsors the APEX Awards, and advises professionals who write, edit and manage business communications, on best strategies and practices. Concepts publishes business communication reports, including Writer’s Web Watch, an e-report for professional communicators, and special reports on topics such as corporate writing and Web publishing. In the 31st Annual APEX Awards, awards were offered in 100 individual categories, within 12 main categories including: newsletters; magazines, journals and tabloids; annual reports; print media; electronic media; social media; apps; websites; campaigns, programs and plans; writing; design and illustration; and one-of-a-kind publications.
About Focus EduVation
Focus EduVation, Inc. is an e-learning company that has been in operation since 2009. Over the past several years, and after having built over 595,000 hours of online content, Focus EduVation continues to harness emerging designing tools along with a team of superior content creators to enable a new era of teaching and learning. From building personalized learning experiences and leveraging game-based learning, Focus EduVation is bringing value-addition to the online content used in various programs. The customized content is supported with extensive analytics that enable better student engagement leading to higher levels of student achievement and retention.