Last week, Twig was named Best Secondary Content provider at the 14th annual BETT Awards 2012. The ceremony was held in London on the first day of BETT, the world’s largest educational technology showcase.
The BETT Awards are considered to be the most prestigious in the digital education sector. Ray Barker, Director of BESA and Chair of judges, says: “the BETT Awards are now the standard by which the UK and international education industry can recognise and reward valuable and innovative resources.”
The award recognises the outstanding editorial quality of our content, and our commitment to delivering engaging and accessible science learning. The award comes at the end of a remarkable first year for Twig in which we launched our service to clients across the UK and internationally.