Invention, Innovation & Design On e-Learning (IIDEL)
Competitions are open to academics & researchers from public and private education institutes including universities, polytechnics and community colleges. All competitions entries must register & submit an abstract. Interested contestants are advised to submit a full paper (2 to 4 pages). Selected papers will be published in a special issue of SCOPUS indexed journal entitled e-Learning 4.0 : System, Applications and Services


1. Massive Open Online Course (MOOC)

A massive open online course (MOOC) is an online course aimed at unlimited participation and open access via the web. This award seeks to recognise the development and use of MOOC which have made excellent use of online media and tools to facilitate learning. The award is particularly focused on the MOOC that employ a range of methods and media over many weeks or months of part-time study, typically leading to a formal qualification.

2. Open Course Ware (OCW)

This competition seeks to recognise open contents (PDF, files, PowerPoint, videos) that play a key role in the support of specific learning aims. We will recognise innovative uses of the video techniques, as well as the extent to which they lead to greater engagement, enjoyment and motivation, and provide a more effective learning experience than more traditional approaches.

3. iBooks

iBooks is an e-book application by Apple Inc. for its iOS and macOS operating systems and devices.

4. Mobile Apps

A mobile app is a computer program designed to run on mobile devices such as smartphones and tablet computers. This category seeks to recognise those projects that make innovative and effective use of mobile app to reach audiences achieve goals or deliver efficiency that were previously unobtainable.

5. Learning Management System (LMS)

A learning management system (LMS) is a software application for the administration, documentation, tracking, reporting and delivery of electronic educational technology (also called e-learning) courses or training programs.

6. Innovation in e-Learning

Any e-learning innovation in P&P that are not included in other category of competitions i.e. MOOC, OCW, iBooks, Mobile Apps and LMS.

7. e-Learning for HEI (Higher Education Institutes)

This competition recognises teams from a Higher Education Institutes who have achieved a positive change within their organisation using learning technologies as a performance development tool. The team may have implemented a new programme or used many different ways to ensure that the adoption and take up of new tools has made a demonstrative and highly effective impact on the organisation and how it performs against its objectives.  The team may have produced a new technique that saves time and money in achieving performance change using learning technologies. Teams must demonstrate that they have made positive contributions and that these are backed up by testimonial and other supporting evidence. Both quantitative and qualitative evidence will be taken into account.


  1.  eLCC2018 competition is open to all lecturer/ teacher/ staff/ student
  2. Participation may be as individual or in group (2 – 5 lecturers/ staff/ students)
  3. Combination of lecturer/ teacher, staff and students are encouraged
  4. Product or innovation must relate to competition category. (e.g., MOOCs, OCW, iBooks, Mobile Apps, LMS, Innovation)
  5. Participants can submit more than one entry. However, there will be a fee charged for each entry.
  6. Each entry must submit a completed entry form with an full paper and proof of payment via email to elcc@utem.edu.my.
  7. The full paper should consist of minimum of 2 pages including (References and Acknowledgement).
  8. Please prepare your paper using the template available on the button below.
  9. The organizer reserves the right to reject any application for participation that have been sent if there is falsification of information


  1. Participant must provide a poster of own product and perform presentation to the juries during carnival
  2. You will be notified of your turn to present by email / phone before the Carnival
  3. Poster size: A1 (594mm x 841 mm ) (width x height)
  4. Content of Poster: abstract; objectives; Originality and Inventiveness; Practicality and Usefulness; Recognition & Status of Innovation;and Contribution to student/ programme/ faculty/ institution/ community.
  5. You may provide additional materials such as brochures, photographs, certificates of appreciation, or other materials to support product innovation and revenue respectively.
  6. Booth exhibition will be provided by the organiser (1 table, 1 chair and electricity source unit). Participants must bring their own laptop (if necessary).
  7. The organisers do not provide access to the Internet during the competition. Participants are advised to bring their own broadband for data access or any information.
  8. Participant must follow the poster template


  1. Product evaluation or product innovations will be made by experienced judges, selected by the organisers.
  2. Participants are to exhibit and demonstrate their innovations in front of a panel of judges during the judging session.
  3. The time allocation for the presentation and question and answer is 20 minutes.
  4. Scoring criteria are based on:
    • Originality and Inventiveness (30%) -
    • Practicality and Usefulness (20%) -
    • Status of Innovation (10%) -
    • Contribution to student/ programme/ faculty/ institution (25%) -
    • Presentation and Demonstration (15%) -