2009 Adobe School Innovation Awards Program - Tech Learning

2009 Adobe School Innovation Awards Program

The Adobe program honors creative and innovative technology design projects from public or private high school students (ages 14 19) in the US and Canada (except Quebec). This year's theme is "The World is Your Stage," and students are invited
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The Adobe program honors creative and innovative technology design projects from public or private high school students (ages 14-19) in the US and Canada (except Quebec). This year's theme is "The World is Your Stage," and students are invited to submit entries using Adobe applications in 3 categories: Web Design and Development, Film and Video, and Graphic and Print Design.

Award: There will be Category award winners and a grand prize winner for best overall submission. Adobe judges will look for originality and effectiveness in communicating project objectives. The "best of" winner will receive Adobe® Creative Suite® 4 Master Collection and be recognized by Adobe in their community. The student's teacher will receive a trip to the 2009 National Education Computing Conference in Washington, D.C., and the winning student's school will receive a site license of Adobe Creative Suite 4.

Deadline: May 8, 2009

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