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Press Release | Sept. 23, 2013

NDU iCollege Wins “Learning!100” Award


Contact: Patty Coopersmith
Director of Outreach and International Relations 

(Washington DC) The National Defense University Information Resources Management College (or 
iCollege) is proud to announce that it has been recognized with a “Learning!100” award from eLearning 
Media Group. The college ranks 13th  out of the 40 top public sector award winners for its innovation in 
educational programs. iCollege faculty and staff have worked hard to integrate traditional classroom 
lectures with hands-on learning in its cyber laboratories and continues to innovate in the online-programs 
arena. The college’s Ci Center is the newest innovative learning environment that combines the latest 
technologies with collaborative and highly-effective learning methods. 
According to eLearning Media, “This year’s Learning! 100 winners share common experiences. These 
honorees have been transforming their learning and talent programs. They started from scratch, enabled 
new technologies and processes, and ended up being more efficient and impactful. The most successful 
have been named 2013 Learning! 100 award winners. In its 3rd year, the Learning! 100 awards honor 
high performance, organizational culture, innovation and collaboration.” Further information can be 
found at: 
Elearning! and Government Elearning! magazines (EMG) recognize 60 corporate and 40 public-sector 
organizations for outstanding learning culture, innovation or collaboration that drives performance. 
Honorees cut across all industries and organization sizes, from to just two employees up to 2.6 million. 
“We are honored to recognize these top performing learning organizations for 2013,” says Catherine 
Upton, group publisher. “Altogether, the Learning!100 winners represent the best-of-the-best in learning 
and development across multi-national organizations.” 
About the College - The NDU iCollege, a U.S. Department of Defense institution, prepares military and 
civilian leaders to optimize information technology management and secure information dominance 
within cyberspace. Although most students come from DoD (military and civilians), the school also 
accepts federal agency, private sector, and international students into its graduate programs. Courses at 
the NDU iCollege are completed on campus and/or online. For more information about the college, 
please contact or visit the college’s Facebook page or temporary website: 
NDU is the premier national security institution focused on advanced joint warfighter education, leader 
development, and scholarship. The University provides rigorous Joint Professional Military Education 
to members of the U.S. Armed Forces and select others in order to develop leaders who have the ability 
to operate and creatively think in an unpredictable and complex world. For more information about the 
National Defense University, please contact: Daniel Magalotti, Acting Public Affairs Officer, at 202-
685-3140 or; or visit