Barracuda Digital Learning Day Competition

2/11/2014 12:00:00 AM

Barracuda will be giving away cash prizes for K-12 students 13 years and older for putting together the best digital presentation showing how digital learning works for them.  Details are as  follows:

Barracuda Digital Learning Day Competition -- Create a presentation on the importance of digital learning, presented in a digital format such as websites, blog posts, online presentations, videos, podcasts, or any other content presented through digital media.

Eligibility -- Anyone may participate (K-12 students and teachers are encouraged). Registrants must be 13 years of age or older.

Logistics -- Send an email to dlday_team@barracuda.com. Include name, school name and address (including city, state, and website), and the submission URL to your entry.

· Content Requirements

--How do you use technology to enhance your learning experience?

--What are your safety concerns when using technology? How do you overcome these concerns?

· Other -- Content must be original (including graphics, music and text), and must not contain any copyrighted materials not belonging to you.

· Key Dates -- Submissions must be received no later than 11:59pm EST on February 28, 2014. A panel of judges will review submissions.

· Winners will be announced on March 10, 2014.

· Prizes

Top-3 submissions:

1st Place – $300

2nd Place – $150

3rd Place – $50

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