The 2 Millionth Learner Awards were launched in November, and we were surprised and inspired by the number of nominations we received.
Trying to pick just 14 people - 14 in 2 million - was not an easy task, and our thanks go out to partners who helped us judge the entries and whittle down our shortlist.
The people whose stories were chosen have all used digital skills to change their direction, their health, their prospects, their communities, and their businesses for the better. They are our proof that digital really can and does improve lives. They are our inspiration to strive for 3 million and beyond.
You can watch some of the finalists' stories below - we hope you find their stories as inspirational as we do.
English My Way is a fresh approach to English language learning, focused on supporting adults with no or low levels of English to better integrate with their local communities.
The programme involved a blended learning course, delivered through a mix of tutor-led sessions, online learning and volunteer group activity by community organisations across the UK.
English My Way is a project organised by Tinder Foundation, BBC Learning English, and The British Council, and is funded by the Department for Communities and Local Government’s English language competition.
Please visit www.englishmyway.co.uk for more information and to see course materials.