2008 Marketing and Publications Awards
Axio Learning received two Marketing and Publications Awards from the University Continuing Education Association (UCEA) - a silver award for logo implementation and a bronze award for single image logo for universities with more than 25,000 students.
The purpose of the competition is to recognize the best marketing and promotion in the continuing education field, and entries are divided into two categories: schools with fewer than 25,000 students and schools with more than 25,000 students.
The award winners were recognized at UCEA's annual conference in New Orleans, March 26-29, 2008, and Axio's award-winning entries were displayed at the conference.
2006 UCEA Great Plains Region Innovations and Contributions
As we developed Axio Learning, we kept these experiences in mind. We wanted to build a community of associations committed to online learning. Ten years later, we're excited and honored to be recognized by the very people that we set out to serve."
Scott Finkeldei, Assistant Director
Axio Learning was selected as the recipient of the 2006 Great Plains Region Innovations and Contributions Award.
This award, presented by the University Continuing Education Association, recognizes outstanding contributions that have been made in the continuing education field.
This award was presented to a representative of Axio Learning Oct. 20 at the Marriott Country Club Plaza in Kansas City, Mo. The award reception was part of the annual UCEA Joint Great Plains Mid-America Conference Oct. 18-20 at the Kauffman Conference Center in Kansas City.
2006 UCEA Support Specialist Award
Bryan Vandiviere, Axio web presentation support specialist, was recognized by the University Continuing Education Association Great Plains Region as a professional who exhibits creativity and innovation in the area of program support.
2006 Outstanding Support Staff Award, Colleague to Colleague
Bryan Vandiviere, Axio web presentation support specialist, was recognized by Colleague to Colleague as a support person who has best exemplifies customer service and outstanding performance in assisting instructional technology inclusion.
2004 Excellence in Leadership Award, Colleague to Colleague
Rob Caffey, Axio director, received this annual Colleague to Colleague award in 2004. It is given to an individual who has "pushed the envelope" at any level in support of institutional technology.
2004 UCEA Support Specialist Award
Scott Finkeldei, Axio assistant director, was recognized by the University Continuing Education Association Great Plains Region as a professional who exhibits creativity and innovation in the area of program support.
2000 UCEA Creative Use of Technology Award
K-State Online / Axio Learning received the UCEA Creative Use of Technology Award. This award recognizes new and innovative programs that utilize one or more forms of instruction at a distance.
2000 Creative Use of Technology Award, Association for Continuing Higher Education
K-State Online / Axio Learning received the ACHE Creative Use of Technology award for their innovative uses of instructional and distance learning technologies in lifelong learning.