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

Student projects

Mr Peter Woodhead, German Swiss International School,
Dr Paul Lam, The Chinese University of Hong Kong,
Mr Andrew Lai, St PaulíŽs Convent School

Institutional projects

Sr Margaret Wong, St PaulíŽs Convent School
Mr Peter Looms, The University of Hong Kong (visiting associate professor)
Prof. David Murphy, Wawasan Open University (visiting professor)