McGraw-Hill Education’s AccessEngineering, as redesigned by Semantico, won best in category in the 2012 PROSE Awards. The category was eProduct/Best in Physical Sciences & Mathematics.
The annual PROSE Awards celebrate the very best in professional and scholarly publishing. The awards are segmented into 40 categories from journals, books and electronic content, and are judged by peer publishers, librarians, and medical professionals. The 37th annual PROSE Awards – the American Publishers Awards for Professional and Scholarly Excellence – were presented at the Association of American Publishers’ Professional and Scholarly Publishing Division Annual Conference in Washington. This year’s competition attracted 518 entries.
Commenting on the win, Andrew Grimes, Senior Consultant, Semantico said: “We are delighted for McGraw-Hill and extremely pleased for the Semantico team who worked on the project. The win affirms the quality of AccessEngineering, and we look forward to delivering more award-winning sites for McGraw-Hill in the future.”
Complete information about the 2012 PROSE Awards including categories, judging process and background, can be found at PROSE Awards.