It's not too late to apply for the 2009 Technology in the Works Competition! Don't miss this $15,000 opportunity to conduct research in learning and assistive technology.
NCTI seeks proposals for collaborative research of innovative and emerging assistive technologies that provide greater access for students with disabilities. Up to five awards of $15,000 will be made in 2009. The collaboration team must secure matching funds from at least one of the parties involved in the study. NCTI is committed to fostering new talent in the field of learning and assistive technology. We strongly encourage graduate student-vendor teams to apply.
Proposals Due: April 6, 2009 (5:00 p.m. ET)
Award Announcement: May 4, 2009
Final Reports Due: January 29, 2010
to read the full RFP for more details on eligibility and requirements, view previous awards for the type of work we fund, and review the Frequently Asked Questions page. Contact us at NCTI@air.org.