Technovation Online

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TECHNOVATION ONLINE
JANUARY 20 TO APRIL 19 + event on 24th
with support from CWIT


Technovation is online! Develop a social enterprise by creating 
a business plan and building an app that addresses a challenge 
facing your community.
First things first!

Before joining us, we have some requests!

Have paper and pens at the ready for the first session, that’s it!

We will share the slides & information from the sessions 
in the dropbox folder link below.

DROPBOX LINK FOR TECHNOVATION

Important links!

We'll share links to extra information and materials below.

App Inventor Links:

Open App Inventor here http://ai2.appinventor.mit.edu/

Android Companion App here http://appinventor.mit.edu/explore/ai2/setup-device-wifi.html

No Android? Use Emulator here http://appinventor.mit.edu/explore/ai2/setup-emulator.html

Tutorials http://appinventor.mit.edu/explore/ai2/tutorials.html

Create a simple game here http://appinventor.mit.edu/explore/ai2/space-invaders.html

Example of an App Inventor Project here https://vimeo.com/266139209

Combining two App Inventor Projects AIMerger-Documentation-AI2

Global Judging Process

Important Dates for the Season

  • April 22 – May 25: Round 1 Online Judging. Note: due to COVID-19, all official judging must happen online.
  • June 2: We will announce semifinalists via email.
  • June 2 – June 16: Round 2 Semifinal Online Judging.
  • Late June/Early July: Competition results released recognizing 12 finalists teams and 10 Regional Winners. Teams will be able to access their scores and certificates at this time.
  • August: Technovation World Summit, where we celebrate the hard work of teams across the world!
And of course it will be fun! In fact, Teen-Turn participants will have
their own pitch competition amongst themselves at the end of the season
with cool prizes like Beats Headphones and a Grand Prize of €1,000.

As for the global competition, if you want to learn more, they even made
a movie about it -- see below!

Who is CWIT? Connecting Women in Technology is a network of Irish based technology companies who all share a common goal to support the development of women in the technology industry. Founded by Accenture, Dell and Microsoft in 2011, the network today spans 20 leading multinational technology companies, who all collaborate to attract, promote and encourage women in STEM careers.

Your Teen-Turn Hosts:

Schedule

SessionWeek BeginningBreakTopic
118-JanIdeation
225-JanDesign Thinking
31-FebMarket Research
48-FebApp Development 1
515-FebMid-Term (Optional)Business Models
622-FebPrototyping
71-MarApp Development 2
88-MarMarketing Plans
915-MarBusiness Plans
1022-MarDemo-ing
Easter Break
115-AprPitching
1212-AprSubmission Completion
Deadline19-Apr