There is just over a month to go to nominate the most creative and innovative ICT projects, products or services for the 2014 iAwards.
Nominations close on 28 April 2014.
ICT studies can be fun as well as educational with projects displaying novel and unique approaches in applying innovation to a wide range of highly creative and functional concepts.
So if you have an outside-of-the-box concept, be the one to set the scene for incubators, start-ups and future commercial applications.
The Student iAwards recognise excellence in Secondary, Tertiary Undergraduate and Postgraduate Student Projects.
The Secondary Student iAward is presented to the most outstanding ICT project undertaken by a secondary student or group of secondary students.
The Tertiary Student iAward recognises the most outstanding project undertaken by a tertiary (undergraduate) student or group of students.
The Postgraduate Tertiary Student iAward recognises the most outstanding project or research undertaken by a tertiary (postgraduate) student or group of students during either coursework or research Masters, Doctoral or Post-Doctoral programs.
They are also 13 product and service categories covering product development and R&D, innovation in industry, novel ICT services and specific ones covering technology in society plus a number recognising individuals.
Go to www.iawards.com.au/domains-categories/domain-overview.aspx for more details.
How to Nominate –
Step 1. Register your details via the iPortal
Step 2. Login using your assigned Login Id and Password
Step 3. Lodge your nomination
Educational institutions are often seen as the incubators of innovative ICT practice, and the list of how everyday innovations which have been created by students at such facilities are staggering.
If you have a new product in development or believe you should be considered as a start-up then check the eligibility by visiting the other categories on the website www.iawards.com.au
As the only truly international ICT awards program in Australia, winners of the iAwards 2014 will have the opportunity to compete against businesses from across the Asia Pacific region at the 2014 Asia Pacific ICT Awards (APICTA).
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The iAwards recognises the achievements of Australian innovators driving productivity through innovation in technology.