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What is ADC?
ADC stands for Accessibility Design Competition. This is an annual event organized by RMIT Careers, Alumni and Industry Relations where we provide Students with a platform to team up with Industry Partners, enabling them to work together and create innovative ideas in the form of a design/prototype to promote inclusiveness for People with Disabilities in the workplace.
What is the process of being assigned to an Industry Partner?
Each team will have the opportunity to acquaint themself with various industry partners in the ADC Networking Night on 15 May 2023 (online). After the event, you will propose three industry partners you would like to work with. The industry partner will be assigned to your team based on the reference. Announcement to be made on 18 May 2023.
Where do the Industry Parners come from?
The Industry Partners are experienced professionals in diverse fields.
I do not know anything about the topic of disabilities, can I join?
Yes. As the competition aims to raise community awareness, you will be equipped with knowledge on the life of people with disabilities that will help you along the competition. These insights can come in the form of training sessions, workshops, and so on. Therefore, no prior knowledege of the subject is required.
I do not have a team yet, can I join as an individual?
No, you will have to form a team of three students to register
I am currently a Master student, can I join the competition?
Yes, you can. Any student currently enrolled in a Bachelor or Master program is eligible to join the competition.
What would be the expected final product to be completed?
The final product can be a hardware prototype, a software, or a design. The participating teams are strongly encouraged to come up with practical, functional products. The marking criteria will be provided in the Rules & Regulations.
How can I stay updated about the Competition?
Please visit the ADC official Facebook & ADC website. If you need any support, please contact the Organizing team via email:
Ms. Lan Anh Pham – Project Leader.