InnovatEd is an incubation program for educational technology (EdTech) innovations focused on higher education.
Open to all staff, students and alumni of the University, InnovatEd is designed to incentivise, support and drive the creation and uptake of EdTech innovations within the University.
InnovatEd’s collaborative process works with projects and teams at the many stages of maturity of a project life cycle. Whether that is from the earliest thinking around identifying a problem ready to be solved, all the way through to solutions related to teaching, learning and assessment, that are in use and are ready to scale. Our community of academic, professional and industry experts, will partner you through ideation, development and commercialisation.
The InnovatEd program includes two key opportunities, the Bootcamp and the Incubation Funding program.
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Open to staff, students and alumni, are you ready to get involved in InnovatEd?
InnovatEd students, staff and experts create EdTech to support teaching and learning.
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