GEUG14: Innovation with Google - Competition Sponsored by Jisc
















Has your institution used Google Apps, Android, Chromebooks, Glass or other Google technologies in an innovative way? We would love to hear from you, and would like to take the opportunity to showcase your projects at GEUG14, the Google Apps for Education European User Group conference.

How to enter

Create a single Google Docs slide that summarises your project's key innovation, with a link to any further information, and share it with Kimi Smith - geug14@york.ac.uk

Win a prize!

GEUG14 delegates will be invited to vote on the submissions, and the winner will receive a very special prize donated by Jisc. The winner will be announced on Monday 23rd June.

Key dates

Deadline for entry: Thursday 20th June
Voting starts: 9am Monday 16th June
Voting ends: 4pm Monday 23rd June

About Jisc

Jisc is a registered charity championing the use of digital technologies in research and education, and providing a wide range of shared services for Universities and Colleges in the UK. Notable Jisc successes have included Janet, a world leading National Research and Education Network, groundbreaking content deals with publishers under the Jisc Collections umbrella, and breakthroughs in Access and Identity Management such as the IETF standards track Moonshot project. Jisc has also sponsored pioneering work in Open Educational Resources, Open Access and Open Data.

Martin Hamilton

Martin Hamilton works for Jisc in London as their resident Futurist.