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Photo contest: Where's the Bear?

The International Society for Technology in Education is kicking off its 2010 conference season with a “Where’s the Bear?” contest
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The International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) is kicking off its 2010 conference season with a “Where’s the Bear?” contest featuring the Colorado Convention Center’s mascot,I See What You Mean, designed by Denver artist Lawrence Argent. The winner from each category will receive his or her choice of an iPod Touch or digital camera.

Participants will download an image of the blue bear from ISTE, then create a new image of the bear in any of the categories below:

* Ed Tech in Action
* At the Workplace
* Exploring the World

Participants will then upload photos to the "Where's the Bear" Flickr group. Submit photos by June 15, 2010, to be eligible for Round 1 of the contest. For contest details or to view entries, visit www.iste.org

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