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Activities,  April 21, 2005

Inspire Your Students: Portraits of Learning 2005

Sponsored by Adobe Systems

"Technology & Learning invites K-12 students to participate in our 5th annual digital photography contest. This year's theme, 'Express Yourself,' encourages students to capture and share their vision with our editors and readers."
Who: "The contest is open to all K-12 students who may submit up to three digital photos electronically. Photos must be taken between January 1, 2005 and October 15, 2005."
How: "Complete the online entry form for each photo. The entry form must be submitted and photographs must be uploaded by midnight, October 15, 2005."
"Winners will be awarded prizes including Adobe Photoshop Elements and/or Olympus digital cameras."

"Photos may be submitted 'as is' or you can manipulate them using photo editing software. If you manipulate your photo digitally, you have the option to submit both the original and the manipulated photo so we can compare. Teachers may submit classroom and/or individual photos OR students may submit their own individual photos."

URL: http://www.techlearning.com/content/contest/index.html
Referred by: techLEARNING News
Posted by hchung on April 21, 2005 | Activities
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