Logical Operations’ CHOICE Digital Learning Platform Wins Prestigious 2013 LearnX Award for Best Mobile eLearning Design
May 30, 2013 Rochester, NY

Logical Operations was named winner of the 2013 LearnX Award for Best Mobile eLearning Design - one of the most prestigious learning awards in the Asia-Pacific region.

This honor, presented by LearnX, a non-profit organization that supports and promotes advancements in workforce learning, distinguishes exemplary learning innovations that aim to positively impact the learning experience.  Entries in the Best eLearning Design for Mobile category included training and development electronic media that is intended for use on mobile/smartphones, tablets, and game-console devices.

“We are honored to receive the 2013 LearnX for Best Mobile eLearning Design Award,” said Bill Rosenthal, CEO, Logical Operations. “Receiving this award confirms our commitment to offer the most forward-thinking training solutions that create a meaningful learning experience for today’s professionals. There has been a dramatic shift in the way people connect, with the advancement of mobile devices changing the way we work and learn.  With the launch of our digital learning platform, CHOICE, our strategy has been to live up to the expectations of today’s tech-savvy consumer, to have information at their finger-tips when and where they need it. With that, we saw the need to completely transform how technology is used in the learning experience. Now, with CHOICE, students are able to take their learning with them on their mobile devices, equipping them with access to key learning materials anytime, anywhere.”

View a list of all the 2013 LearnX award winners here.

About Logical Operations

Founded in 1982, Logical Operations helps organizations and individuals maximize training with an adaptable instructor-led learning experience. Its more than 4,000 titles are available globally through flexible delivery platforms that are designed for any learning environment. For more information, connect with Logical Operations on Twitter @logicalops.