We encourage participants to maximize the impact at your local level by organizing an e-waste collection drive in your community or school in conjunction with the International E-Waste Design Competition. This can provide students with the opportunity to create useful products from old electronics and can be a powerful incentive for people to donate. Collected E-Waste should be made available to participants during the creative design process.
SEI Resources: SEI Resources are collections of records for both online and hard copy material grouped by subject.
SEI RefWorks Database: The Sustainable Electronics Initiative (SEI) maintains a searchable bibliographic database of resources related to sustainable electronics and e-waste issues. This database mainly consists of peer-reviewed journal literature, as well as links to policy papers and other reports.
Contest Gives Students Chance to Show How to Reduce Electronic Waste (University of Illinois News Bureau, 1/4/11)
Contest Gives Students Chance to Reduce E-waste (@Illinois, University of Illinois Alumni Association Newsletter, January 2011)
Students Compete to Reduce Electronic Waste (Daily Illini, 1/26/11)