The Conference will include a competition giving participants an opportunity to present and showcase their innovative e-learning work or application of their research in e-learning. Examples of e-learning work include but are not limited to: e-learning applications, courseware, learning spaces and e-teaching tools or other innovative projects.
The eInnovative projects will be displayed for attendees to view and try out in a special session (16.00íV17.30) on Day 1. Each presenter will be given 10 minutes to make a presentation of their project work.
All e-learning projects presented will compete for the 'eInnovation in Education Award.' Awards will be given in two categories: (i) Best Student Project and (ii) Best Institutional Project. Two judging panels will make the final selection for the two overall winners.
For Award (i), entrants must be a student or a team of students; for Award (ii), entrants must be an academic/technical staff member(s) at an educational institution. This competition is not open to commercial vendors. Entrants need to provide a description of their e-learning work on the submission form. This description will be incorporated into the eInnovation Project Guide.
(Note: WiFi Internet, cable, electrical outlets for power, and furniture will be provided. Participants are required to provide their own laptop computers.)
Panel of judges