![alt text](/filestore/BlogImage/4b359b7a-5e5b-48dd-81bb-48668e8d45f9/3e4d45e0-46ba-4da6-92bf-c42da88965c3ERAandlogoblog.jpg "ERA") Less than a month after receiving the[ Innovator of the Year award at BETT 2019](http://www.lbq.org/Blog/bett2019-winners?news=true/), Learning by Questions is happy to announce that they have also been shortlisted as a finalist in 6 categories at [The Education Resources Awards](http://www.educationresourcesawards.co.uk//). This makes it the most nominated product this year. The awards take place on Friday 22nd March 2019 at the NCC in Birmingham. The awards are now in their 19th year and celebrate outstanding success for suppliers and teaching professionals in the education sector. Learning by Questions is a finalist in the following categories: * Primary Resource or Equipment - including ICT * Primary resource or Equipment - Tools for leadership, management and assessment - including ICT * Secondary Resource or Equipment - including ICT * The Education Book Award * Free Educational Resources * Collaboration Between School and Supplier Award The final category is in collaboration with [Ribblesdale High School](http://www.ribblesdale.org//), a school located in Clitheroe, Lancashire. The school has worked closely with Learning by Questions in order to improve outcomes for pupils at the school, particularly in maths. The Education Resources Awards are judged by a panel of expert judges, most of whom are education professionals. The team at LBQ are thrilled to see recognition for this great product and are excited to celebrate outstanding resources with other educationalists in March.