Platte Canyon® VBTrain.Net™ Design Awards
These awards honor developers who have incorporated
VBTrain.Net controls into a top-notch training applications, created great
tests with Exam Engine, or have used VBTrain.Net controls in an innovative way.
Participants will receive some well-deserved recognition and winners will even
pocket some cash. First prize per category is $200 and second prize is $100.
Best VBTrain.Net Training Application
We are looking for the best ASP.NET or Windows Forms
training application that incorporates VBTrain.Net controls or is created using
Exam Engine. Criteria include effectiveness for the learner, user interface,
and efficiency in creating content.
Most Innovative Use of VBTrain.Net
This is the "wow" award. Impress us with how you are taking
advantage of .NET in general and VBTrain.Net in particular to blow away the
How to Enter
Complete the official entry form at http://www.vbcon.com/vbtrainawards.aspx.
|Best VBTrain.Net Training Application||1||Robert Culver||4D Solutions, Inc.||Testing for a client that publishes OnRoads driver safety newsletter and distributes to clients around the US. Developed an Exam Engine test to cover newsletter information. If the student select an incorrect answer, they are provided a link that will open the newsletter as a PDF with content highlighted from which the question was drawn.||OnRoads Exam
|Best VBTrain.Net Training Application||2||Kim Halat||Avsoft, Inc.||Uses ASP.NET and the VBTrain Graphical Button, Web Player, and LmsApi controls to read the contents of a Microsoft Access database containing the description of an aircraft systems computer based training module and construct the module on the fly.||Aircraft Initial Qualification
|Most Innovative Use of VBTrain.Net||1||Mauro Rech||Buckman Laboratories||Buckman legal and compliance courses. This series of courses - Antitrust, Anti-harassment, among others - uses a NET structure with VBTrain objects to present varied content, including DHTML, Flash, and video. Almost all content is externalized and the quiz information comes from a database.||
|Most Innovative Use of VBTrain.Net||2||Steve Stacy, Marvin McFarland, and Shannon Taylor||U.S. Army Maneuver Support Center||Dynamic loading of content and user interface from an Access database using the VBTrain Question, Web Player, Graphical Button, and LmsApi controls. Allows rapid prototyping as well as running via an LMS.||Engineer School Sample