EDUCAUSE Review – the flagship publication of EDUCAUSE, the association devoted to helping higher education elevate the impact of information technology – has been honored with nearly 100 national and international awards over the years. Most recently, in 2018 the print and online magazine received nine awards, including four for an article authored by EDUCAUSE CEO and President John O'Brien.

APEX Awards for Publishing Excellence

The APEX Annual Awards for Publication Excellence by Communications Concepts, Inc. are given for "excellence in graphic design, editorial content, and the ability to achieve overall communications excellence."

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Azbee Awards

The Azbee Awards of Excellence by the American Society of Business Publication Editors (ASBPE) recognize business-to-business, trade, association, and professional publications for outstanding work in magazines, newsletters, and digital media.

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The Tabbies

The Tabbies, by the Trade Association Business Publications International, recognizes excellence in trade, association, and business publications.

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In recognition of Dr. O'Brien's article, the panel of judges from the Tabbies said, "The passion, knowledge and care that the writer brings to this piece punches, fast, through the reactive-responsive, illustrative design of this long-read feature. Wonderful first-person style of writing, which works for an article such as this. Not least, what an impeccable focus on design, inherently necessary to pulling off something as complex as this deep, 'eye-candy' feature. ... Extremely well-written and went beyond a mere history lesson. The writer wove words in with the artwork to form a cohesive vision."

These recent awards are part of a long list of past honors for the association's publication. Past awards won by the EDUCAUSE Review include previous APEX, Azbee, EXCEL, and MAGGIE Awards, as well as Magnum Opus, Ozzie, and Tabbie Awards and honors from the Art Directors Club of Metropolitan Washington, D.C., the PRINT Regional Design Annual, and the Colorado Society for Association Executives.