2017 Innovation Award Winners
The ASCILITE Innovation and Excellence Awards was first introduced in 2011. In 2015, the name of the award was changed from the “Innovation & Excellence Award” to the “Innovation Award”. The award aims to recognise innovative projects and initiatives undertaken by a team of people in support of the exemplary and research informed use of technologies for learning and teaching in tertiary education. The 2017 ASCILITE Innovation Award winners are listed below and you will find past year winners here.
- Colin Warren of Deakin University with Peter Bright, Sarah Burgess, Karen D’souza for “cARdiac ECG Augmented Reality App”.
- Prasad Iyer of Singapore Institute of Technology with Cheow Wean Sin and Lim Kok Hwa for “Chem Quest – An Adaptive Pre-Freshman Online Chemistry Course”.
- Erica Southgate of University of Newcastle with Shamus P. Smith for “The literacy apps project: Serious games and information apps to improve adult literacy”.
Awards Criteria & Application Forms
You will find awards criteria and application forms for the next award year under the “Get Involved” section of the website here.