Eureka! Library Innovation Challenge
Eureka! Library Innovation Challenge ran during 2013 and 2014. The competition provided an opportunity for students to submit an idea to improve the Library, and to see that idea fully implemented into a service that will benefit the experience for Library users.
Envisioned as a Dragons’ Den-style competition, students were asked to send in their ideas, and then the shortlisted finalists pitched their ideas to a panel of judges in front of an audience of their peers.
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Although there can only be one winner we thought some ideas were still good enough to use. Find out which ones!
Jade Brodie’s winning idea was to implement a system whereby the student would "log in" to a desk space with their ID card.
Jack Green won with his idea for a Book Delivery App to show the availability of a book and allow students to request it to be delivered to a central hub for collection.