2016/17 student round – funded projects

The 2016/17 Student round of the IT Innovation Challenges attracted a record number of ideas (47). All ideas were evaluated by the IT Innovation Panel and 15 idea creators were invited to deevlop a project proposal based on their idea. We are pleased to announce that of the 12  proposals that were submitted, eight have been awarded funding. These are (click on title to see the project abstract):

  • Clinical Research Data Management Toolkit – identifying sound strategies for new projects
  • Interactomy – An interactive app for anatomy teaching and learning
  • Learmapp – An app that helps learners navigate and collaborate around learning resources
  • Oxford Restfulness Tracker – An app to help student athletes avoid over-training
  • Sanctum – A website allowing students and staff find places to study/work in Oxford
  • Studious – A networked knowledge platform allowing students to collaborate around reading list resources
  • VESPA – An interactive tool for learning sampling techniques in a virtual environment
  • Virtual Reality Oxford Network – Bringing together people, knowledge and resources related to VR

Further information about the projects and their progress will be posted here as the projects get starting (from mid-June).

Posted in New projects, News | Tagged , | Comments Off on 2016/17 student round – funded projects

Comments are closed.