The number of ideas submitted to the Spring 2016 challenge on the Oxford Ideas website continues to grow, and our Q&A session on 16th February attracted a sizeable – and enthusiastic – audience.
There are more than two weeks remaining for you to submit your ideas, and more than three weeks for you to comment on other people’s. So, get thinking!
A reminder… The IT Innovation Challenges provide funding up to £60,000 for small-scale digital projects that will bring a benefit to the University; for example, by creating an app or website, or by using an existing technology in a novel way. In this round we are inviting ideas for projects in three areas:
- inclusivity: ie helping to promote equality, value diversity and maintain a working, learning and social environment in which the rights and dignity of all staff and students are respected to assist them in reaching their full potential;
- facilitating the capturing and/or recording of research data and processes;
- an ‘open’ category for ideas in other areas.
Closing date for ideas: Saturday 12 March 2016
Closing date for discussion and voting: Friday 18 March
More information at the IT Innovation Challenges website.