Tell Us for Your Chance to Win A Netbook for You and a Tablet PC and Projector for Your Classroom!
Today, learning is no longer limited to the four walls of a classroom. Students around the globe, no matter how young or old are developing 21st Century Skills and are increasingly comfortable with technology. You can look up the definition of a word, learn about current events happening hundreds of miles away and connect with people on other continents with one touch of a button. In this digital age, we are learning continuously.
Starting from October 15, we are bringing you the Where Do You Like to Learn photography competition. We are kicking-off the month-long contest, where we want you to show us where you like to learn!
Whether it's in your favorite bookstore or on your living room floor; in your neighborhood park or your best friend's backyard, we can all be a little more creative with where we choose to study. Learning can take place anywhere!
Entering is easy. And, the reward even bigger! Simply email your photograph(s) to email@example.com for the chance to win the competition. The winner nominates a school and student under the age of 18 to receive the grand prizes - a tablet PC for the classroom and Dell's new Latitude 2100 netbook for the student.
You can also follow us on Twitter @edu4u and send us a link to your photo sharing site. Each contestant is allowed up to four photographs. You have until November 15, 2009 to enter. A group of judges will determine the top 5 finalists. And, starting November 20, 2009, you'll have a chance to pick your favorite photo! The photo with the most votes at the end of the voting period will be our winner. The grand prize is a Latitude 2100 for the student and a tablet PC and projector for his or her classroom. Parents or teachers must enter for children under 18 years of age. Full contest rules, judging criteria and answers to frequently asked questions about the competition can be found here.
Let the photo sessions begin! Be sure to join the Edu4U community and check back to vote.