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Tell us about your favorite edX instructor!

We want to know who you think should be awarded the edX Prize for 2019.

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To celebrate the outstanding instructors who teach more than 2400 courses to millions of edX learners worldwide, edX will award the 2019 *edX Prize for Exceptional Contributions to Online Teaching and Learning*. Has an edX instructor inspired you, increased your skills and knowledge, or helped your career? Then, we want to hear from you! The *edX Prize for Exceptional Contributions to Online Teaching and Learning* is an annual award to celebrate the contributions and innovations of the edX community, and to amplify the powerful role that MOOCs play in the transformation of education today. Tell us about your most inspirational, engaging and impactful instructor for consideration for the award. Tell Us About Your Best edX Instructor

Congratulations to University of Queensland Professors Blake McKimmie, Barbara Masser and Mark Horswill for winning the 2018 edX Prize for Exceptional Contributions to Online Teaching and Learning for their course The Psychology of Criminal Justice! 

The edX Prize recognizes teachers who have demonstrated a commitment to the open and online education community and who have taught courses that continue to inspire and encourage edX learners everywhere. The Psychology of Criminal Justice is a thrilling and engaging look at the psychological elements of crime and criminal justice set against the backdrop of a hypothetical murder. Enroll now!