These are given to resources which exploit creatively the range of technologies available to educational publishers.
The judging criteria were:
* Packs should bring together at least three different media (e.g. print, audio, video, software, CD-Rom);
* They should create a cohesive package, where all the elements usefully complement each other;
* They should be relevant to the UK curriculum;
* They should state their intended audience and clearly target the needs of that age and subject group;
* They should cater for different levels of ability where appropriate;
* They should be easy to use without any great technical knowledge;
* Packs should include good, clear support materials for teachers;
* All elements should be currently available for purchase.
The judges were:
Jon O'Connor, head of Parkside first school, Dr Jerry Wellington reader in education at Sheffield University, David Hassell programme manager of the National Council for Education Technology, Ian Wilson, head of Woodcote high school, Chris Drage, teacher at John Betts school, Annie Owen, maths lecturer at Homerton College, Cambridge, Eleanor Caldwell modern languages teacher at Wallace High School, Stirling