The Digital Museum of Learning, an initiative of the Jacobs Foundation, has won gold in the education category at the British Interactive Media Association (BIMA) Awards, the United Kingdom’s most prestigious digital and tech awards.
The Digital Museum of Learning is part of the Jacobs Foundation’s longstanding commitment to helping all children to thrive by supporting evidence driven EdTech innovations that provide personalized learning experiences. Building on collaborations with leading museums and experts, the museum seeks to bring the history and future of education to life in a unique digital space. The museum’s online exhibitions feature digitized artworks and artifacts from around the world in interactive stories that are designed to spark curiosity in learners of all ages.
The award recognizes the museum’s innovative platform and is a strong endorsement following its successful launch earlier this year. BIMA praised the early impact of the platform, saying that it has “fostered a fast-growing community of teachers, schools, museums, and children.”