We are taking a break this year so that we can
find some corporate sponsors to help get the winners to the NECC meeting.
We encourage you to use our rubric and continue to work in multimedia
with your students. We should have information about next year ready
by July 2005.
1. Look at our Multimedia Mania Rubrics
to see how your project will be judged. Decide which curriculum objectives
you will address and begin to plan your project. Be sure to duplicate
the student rubric and let students use this as they complete their
2. Register your team by filling out our Online
Registration Form before the deadline of Midnight,
XX/XX/200X. Register as soon as possible. Registration will open
in September 2004. By registering online you will receive access to
software for a limited time provided by our sponsors to create your
3. Work with your team to plan, design, and construct
a dynamic multimedia project that teaches a concept or enhances the
content of any class in your school.
4. Check your project for any copyright violations
by using the links at: http://www.ncsu.edu/midlink/citing.html.
Remember to print and save any e-mail permissions you receive.
For more help on copyright see:
Educators' Lean and Mean No FAT Guide to Fair Use, Technology
5. Prepare your "Works Cited" or "Bibliography"
according to MLA
Guidelines at the Online Writing Lab at Purdue University.
6. Write a brief statement about how your students created
the project in your classroom by answering the Learning
Outcomes Questions. How did you conquer the barriers of time, space,
and access? (Please limit your remarks to one typewritten page.)
7. Print out Parental Permission
Form for Publication and send it home for parents' signatures. SAVE
these forms! All finalists will be asked to FAX signed copies of these
8. Review the Final Checklist
* You are encouraged to use only the most basic fonts
--those included with most word processors--in your designs. Using unusual,
ornate fonts may cause viewing problems if judges do not have the same
fonts you selected. Play it safe and use BASIC FONTS, for example, Courier,
Arial, Times New Roman, etc.)
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