February 19, 2020
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Department of Education SBIR-supported awardees have brought emerging and innovative forms of learning and instructional technologies to classrooms, such as games, assessments, virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR), 3D-printing, simulations, virtual worlds, AI adaptive tutors, data dashboards, and assistive technologies. This webinar will include a summary of the Department of Education (DoEd) SBIR program, in the context of the other SBIR agencies so that differences are made clear. It also will address unique features of the DoEd program, and will conclude with some advice on preparing and submitting a Phase I DoEd SBIR proposal.
Part of the SBIR/STTR Webinar Series
This webinar is part of a series. Each hour long webinar will focus on a different SBIR/STTR agency. The webinars begin with an over of the agency’s SBIR (and STTR, where applicable) program, and then continue into a discussion of the its unique features. The webinar will conclude with some advise on preparing and submitting a Phase I proposal to the highlighted agency. At the end of this series, attendees will know which agencies are a good fit for their technology.
Click the links below to learn more or to register:
- February 19 – US Department of Education
- March 3 – NASA
- March 17 – National Institute of Health
- March 24 – National Science Foundation
- April 22 – US Department of Defense
- May 27 – US Department of Agriculture
- June 23 – US Department of Energy
Presented by: Jim Greenwood, Greenwood Consulting Group Inc, has taught thousands of entrepreneurs how to write competitive technical and cost proposals. He and his team provide assistance including draft proposal reviews and brainstorming on proposal strategy and content. Recognized as a leading expert, Jim is a regular instructor of Phase I and Phase II proposal preparation workshops at national and regional conferences.