The ContentEd Awards recognise great content strategy work happening in the education sector. The Awards will take place at ContentEd 2020, taking place on 11-12 June in Bristol, UK.
Have you been part of a content-related project you think others should hear about? Do you want to nominate someone who deserves recognition for their work in the creation, strategy and management of content in the education sector?
Submit an entry for one or more awards using our form below.
What are the categories?
User Focus Award
Better Storytelling Award
Excellence in Content Strategy
Best Content-Led Campaign
The deadline for submissions is Monday 2 March 2020. Use our submission form to provide details of your entry and attach related content.
This award focuses on an approach to content founded on a thorough understanding of the user. Entries will show the research process that was adopted, the most significant insights gained, and how these clearly led to a shift in organisational thinking towards a more user-centred approach.
This award rewards strategies that took an innovative approach to the kind of stories being told by an institution and the methods employed to tell them.
This award recognises a leader in the sector. A pioneer is someone who is breaking new ground in the type of content being created (substance and structure) or in the strategic approach to content within an institution (workflow, governance, collaboration).
The winner of this award must show excellence in multiple aspects of content strategy. They should demonstrate a deep understanding of the discipline. The judges will also be looking for individuals or teams with a track record of championing the principles of content strategy in the education sector.
This award recognises institutions or teams who are breaking through silos and creating a lasting culture of collaboration through their approach to content strategy.
This award recognises outstanding examples of institutions employing creative content strategy at the forefront of a campaign. This campaign could focus on recruitment, awareness-raising, fundraising or another measurable organisational goal.
You may wish to read about the winners of the ContentEd Awards 2019 for inspiration.
The ContentEd Awards ceremony will take place on the evening of Thursday 11 June 2020 in Bristol, UK. The cost of attending the ceremony is included in your registration fee for the ContentEd conference.
If you don’t plan to attend the conference but wish to attend the awards ceremony, please contact email@example.com
There is a one-time application fee of £75, whether you enter one award or all six. No payment is required upon entry. You will receive an invoice at a later date. Payment must be received before Friday 8 May 2020.
Tracy Playle, CEO and Chief Content Strategist at Pickle Jar Communications, will lead a panel of judges with expertise in the sector, from both in-house and agency teams.
If you are interested in sponsoring the ContentEd Awards, we would love to hear from you. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org