Friday, May 18, 2007

McGill Website Wins Silver CASE Award

I guess we must be doing something right:

The Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) awarded McGill University the silver medal in the Complete Institutional Web Sites category. There were 41 entries in this category, with two silver medals and one bronze medal awarded. CASE is a non-profit association encompassing 3,300 colleges, universities and elementary and secondary schools in 54 countries.

Via McGill Announcements.

I don't actually know any more than this, because the details haven't been published on the CASE web site yet. I really want to know who we tied with, knowing CASE has members such as MIT, CalTech, Harvard, etc.

2007-06-16: The CASE web site has now been updated: Web Sites – 2007 Winners

3 comments:

tsand said...

Congrats on the award - the other silver went to IUPUI

http://informatics.iupui.edu/news/story.php?id=564

stephdau said...

Thank you! Same to you if you were involved. :)

tsand said...

Nope. Won in a different category at a different school though. :)