Submissions to the iCampus Technology Innovation Student Prize will be evaluated based on the following criteria. The criteria reflect the values and areas that the competition wishes to encourage.
- Relevance to MIT: The submission is relevant to the goal of the competition, with the potential to positively impact student learning and student life at MIT. (Submissions that also reach beyond MIT will rate higher.)
- Significance: The submission addresses a persistent problem, identifies a new opportunity, or provides a novel solution.
- Scope: The submission has a broad reach in terms of numbers of students, potential for impact on a reasonable timescale, process positively affected.
- Student learning/student life: The submission positively affects student learning or student life.
- Functionality: The submission appears to do what it says it will do.
- Technical: The design follows generally accepted design principles and uses common tools (software, programming languages, etc.) and techniques.
- Innovation: The submission provides a creative use of technology.
- Implementability and Supportability: The submission is designed such that it can be implemented and supported, and has the reasonable potential to scale to serve large numbers of students.
Barriers at MIT
- Barriers to Implementation at MIT: There are no obvious barriers to implementation and the license is appropriate.