Digital Book Awards 2022

Digital Book Awards
The Children’s Digital Book Award is the only award focused on children’s reading on screen and judged by teachers. It recognises innovation, creativity and excellence in digital book publishing.
At the Award ceremony. at the UKLA International conference, 2019
At the Award ceremony. at the UKLA International conference, 2019

The Award was launched on the 9th of March 2015 and it aims to reward apps, e-books and other digital interactive products that use sounds, visuals, and interaction in innovative ways to make a child’s experience of the story richer and more meaningful.

The award is bi-annual and next round of submissions will open in autumn 2022. Subscribe to the RfP Newsletter or follow @OpenUni_RfP and @Nkucirkova on Twitter for updates.

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If you want to find out more or have any questions about this award please email the Award Chair Professor Natalia Kucirkova at natalia.kucirkova@open.ac.uk.

 

 

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