The 2016 Innovative Designs for Accessibility (IDeA) Student Competition March 17, 2016 RICCentre Our April 1 Deadline is quickly approaching! The Innovative Designs for Accessibility (IDeA) student competition is aimed to inspire Ontario’s undergraduate students to develop innovative, cost-effective, and practical solutions to accessibility-related issues in the community. Working individually or in teams, undergraduate students at Ontario universities are encouraged to collaborate with industry, government and community partners (including members of the disability community) to identify an accessibility related issue, to develop a plan to address the issue, and to implement a solution, with input and guidance from academic and industry experts. Please visit the How To Submit page for further information on how you could win up to $3000. And don’t forget to check out our BONUS Prize page for the 2016 theme, and our Find Your Inspiration page to see what competitors have done in the past. For general inquires, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.