SIIA announces top innovators in Ed Tech

The Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA) this week recognized four education technology solutions with five awards for their originality, innovation, and industry promise.
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The Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA) this week recognized four education technology solutions with five awards for their originality, innovation, and industry promise. 

During SIIA's bi-annual Innovation Incubator Program, held in connection with this week's SIIA Ed Tech Industry Summit, simCEO and See.Touch.Learn. were voted by 350 attendees as being the Most Innovative and Most Likely to Succeed, respectively. Citelighter was voted runner-up for Most Innovative, and scrible was voted runner-up for Most Likely to Succeed. Citelighter also earned the Educator’s Choice Award based on votes from educators across the country.

Video of all the Incubator presentations will be available soon. For more information about the Innovation Incubator Program, visit http://www.siia.net/etis/2013/incubator.asp.

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