Invention, Innovation & Design on e-Learning is a competition for academics and students of higher learning institutions to showcase their product and compete – product e.g., multimedia tools, computer applications, mobile applications, and systems. The objectives of the competition are as follows:
– Exhibit research, creation and innovation in teaching and learning by facultyʼs members and students
– Share expertise and commercial, creative and innovative ideas
– Cultivate interests and encourage lecturers, and students to develop teaching materials in line with current technological developments
● To exhibit research, creation and innovation in teaching and learning by higher learning institutions and polytechnic colleges.
● To share expertise and commercial, creative and innovative ideas.
● To cultivate interests and encourage academics/instructors, and students to develop teaching materials in line with current technological developments.
● Gold, silver and bronze medals.
● Certificate of participation and award.
● Research Grants (amount to be determined).
● IIDEL competition is open to all lecturer/ teacher/ staff/ student
● Participation may be as individual or in group (there’s no limit to members per team; lecturers/ staff/ students)
● Combination of lecturer/ teacher, staff and students are encouraged
● Product or innovation must relate to learning technologies (e.g., video, courseware, website, learning spaces and environment, system and etc.)
● Participants are allowed to submit more than one entry. However, there will be a fee charged for each entry.
● Each entry must submit a completed entry form with an abstract via the Registration link.
● The abstract should be approximately 200 to 250 words. If you are a novice researcher or presenting at a conference for the first time, do carry out an Internet search on “How to write a conference abstracts” and you will find numerous helpful websites.
● The organizer reserves the right to reject any application for participation that have been sent if there is falsification of information
● Product evaluation or product innovations will be made by experienced judges, selected by the organisers.
● Participants are to exhibit and demonstrate their innovations in front of a panel of judges during the judging session.
● The time allocation for the presentation and question and answer is 10 minutes.
● Scoring criteria are based on:
● added value to the process of teaching and learning (P & P),
● evidences (e.g., newspaper article, journal etc.),
● presentation and content of the poster.
● The jury’s decision is final. Any appeals will not be entertained.