Product Innovation Chat Series for Students: OtterBox Series on Nepris Shows Students How to Take Ideas to Action - Tech Learning

Product Innovation Chat Series for Students: OtterBox Series on Nepris Shows Students How to Take Ideas to Action

Nepris offers teachers a series of interactive chats about creating a product from start to finish to their classroom students, hosted by Otterbox.
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Nepris brings professionals and experts into classrooms virtually via interactive online sessions hosted at Nepris.com. In November, teachers can sign up for a series on product innovation hosted by OtterBox. Students can talk with engineers and marketing professionals from OtterBox on the product lifecycle and how to bring new products to market. Sessions are open to live student questions and interaction with the presenters.

Each session will also include information about the OtterBox uniVERSE Student Challenge, which is a contest open to students in grades 7-12, aged 13-18. Students are asked to invent a new module idea for the uniVERSE Case System for a chance to win a new iPhone, VIP trip to OtterBox in Fort Collins, CO, and 3 winning student's schools will receive grant funding towards an Innovation station. For contest details, visit http://bit.ly/uniVERSEChallenge

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Note: Teachers can sign up for Nepris to create one free request, to attend one free session, and to watch unlimited archived sessions. Users with a full license can participate in unlimited sessions, including this entire series.

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