Honoring our 2020 MVP blog authors

At Rustici Software, I’m lucky to work with colleagues who enjoy sharing their expertise with others through blog writing. What better way to show my appreciation than nominating the authors for an award? Well, eLearning Learning was looking for nominations for the best of the best in thought leadership to decide the true MVPs. They were seeking posts that provide the highest value to industry professionals—useful and actionable information—that is tactical or strategic in nature and provides long-term or short-term value.

Don’t worry though, I didn’t have our staff endure the excruciating performance of Michael Scott during the annual Dundies award ceremony. Without further ado, we’re thrilled to announce that Brian Miller’s article, “Semantic interoperability: Picking the best verb for a statement,” won 1st place in the 2020 eLearning Learning MVP Awards in the New & Emerging Technology category. This award recognized the Most Valuable Posts as judged by eLearning Learning readers, award committee, machine intelligence and social media.

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