FAQ


General Information

What is this year's Multimedia Fair Theme?

3..2..1..Blast Off with Tech!



What events will occur at the Multimedia Fair on April 24, 2019, at Veteran's MHS?

Boarding Time: 5:30-6:30 PM    Showcase for viewing student projects

Launch Time: 6:45-7:45 PM    Awards Ceremony (Auditorium)


Some activities we hope to see this year are MakerSpace Stations, Robotic Displays,  Obstacle Robot Course, Coding Playground, Technology Clubs, and much more.


Winners

When will the winners be announced?

The winners will be announced at the Multimedia Fair Awards Ceremony on Wednesday, April 24, 2019, at Veterans MHS.


What are the prizes?

Prizes will be determine based on funding.


Where can I find and view last year's winners?

The Elementary and Secondary Winners are found under the Resource Tab or Apply Now Tab. Click on the link to view a listing of the winning projects.


Registration and Forms

When do I fill out the forms?

We encourage you to fill out all necessary forms as soon as you have completed your project.  Completed projects and forms are due no later than the contest deadline January 31, 2019.


How and where do I submit my project?

Completed projects must be submitted for judging to the campus librarian or IT Chair via

Google DRIVE Campus folder titled:  (Campus Name) MMF Entries 2018-2019


Who will ensure that students at each campus can successfully submit their work?

The Instructional Technology Chairperson and Librarian on each campus are to ensure that participating students are supported through the Multimedia design process, and receive help to submit their projects successfully.  


Why do I need my principal’s permission?

Principals will be notified when students from their school have submitted a project.  We will invite all principals whose campuses are represented in the contest to the Multimedia Fair.  It is important that your principal is in the loop.



Rules and Expectations

Where can I find the contest rules?

Contest information is located on the MULTIMEDIA FAIR tab, under the Apply Now icon.


How many people can be in a group?

There is a maximum of three (3) participants allowed in a group.


Can a student enter more than one project?

NEW this year: Students may enter one project per category. Please be sure that each project has a completed Registration form and Campus Administrator Acknowledgement form.


How many projects can be submitted by one school?

NEW this year: Each school can submit 10 projects per category per Grade Level Band. Please be sure that each project has a completed Registration form and Campus Administrator Acknowledgement form.


What are the Grade Level Bands for each Category?

NEW this year: K-2 3-5 6-8 9-12


Do all of my project need to be “original”?

Originality is one of the scoring categories.  Point values given will be determined by the level of originality and creativity during judging.  


Is there a time limit on Motion Media, Digital Motion Design, or Digital Presentation?

The individual project must not exceed 3 minutes in length.


How are Digital Presentation and Interactive Digital Poster different?

Digital Presentation is dynamic and may include sound, animation and usually several pages. Interactive Digital Poster is a one-page poster relaying an advertisement, promotion, or information.


Am I required to have a Sponsor to enter the contest?

No.  Students are encouraged, but not required, to seek a campus-based Sponsor (e.g. Teacher, Librarian, Coach, Principal, Asst. Principal, etc.) to guide, support, encourage and/or review their Multimedia Project.  Campus IT Chairpersons and Librarian will be the main point of contact for those who do not have a Sponsor.



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