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EDUCAUSE, the association devoted to the use of information technology in higher education, has received three awards for the print version of its flagship magazine, EDUCAUSE Review. The awards, in three international competitions, continue a tradition of honors and recognition granted to the publication. Past publishing honors received by the magazine include previous Magnum Opus, APEX, and Tabbie awards, as well as honors from the Ozzie Awards (FOLIO: magazine), the Art Directors Club of Metropolitan Washington, D.C., the PRINT Regional Design Annual, and the Colorado Society for Association Executives.

About the Awards

Magnum Opus Awards

Silver Award for “Best Association Publication”

The Magnum Opus Awards, in cooperation with the Missouri School of Journalism, consider “informational and entertainment value, quality of writing and display copy, creative use of imagery and typography, and consistency of color palette and style."

July/August 2011 issue, “Do-It-Yourself IT? Maybe Not…”

Award of Publication Excellence for “Writing Series”      

(July/August 2011 issue, “Do-It-Yourself IT? Maybe Not…”)

The APEX Annual Awards for Publication Excellence are given for "excellence in graphic design, editorial content, and the ability to achieve overall communications excellence." 

March/April 2011 issue, “Getting a Handle on Mobile: Perspectives”

#22 in the “Best Single Issue: Top 25 Issues”

(March/April 2011 issue, “Getting a Handle on Mobile: Perspectives”)

The 2012 Tabbie Awards, presented by the Trade, Association, and Business Publications International (TABPI) organization, recognize excellence in editorial content and design in trade, association and business publications from around the world.

About EDUCAUSE

EDUCAUSE is a nonprofit association and the foremost community of IT leaders and professionals committed to advancing higher education. EDUCAUSE programs and services are focused on analysis, advocacy, community building, professional development, and knowledge creation because IT plays a transformative role in higher education. EDUCAUSE supports those who lead, manage, and use information technology through a comprehensive range of resources and activities. For more information, visit www.educause.edu.