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2018-2019 Category Names and Rubrics

Multimedia Fair has seven categories as listed below each with its unique downloadable rubric.  
Projects will be judged separately depending on Grade Level Band:  K-2,   3-5,   6-8,   9-12.    Good Luck to you!    

Contest Entry and Project Submission Deadline January 31, 2019
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Project Categories


Video 📷 Game 🎯 Design 🎨

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Original video game

Video game design includes planning, designing, and the creation of video games. Designers work to create video games for computers and video game consoles.

Digital Art 🎨

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Original artwork or photography that has been enhanced or manipulated using technology

Digital art refers to the creation of art through the use of a computer. This may include digital photography, animation, and other forms of media. This category encompasses different forms of artistic production that include digital and computer-generated designs.

Motion      Media

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Original video, animation, voki, etc. - must not exceed 3 minutes in length

Motion media is the incorporation of computer graphics, digital photography, music, animation, video, and movies to create pictures, videos, and movies that inform and entertain viewers.  Designers of Motion Media use the principles and tools of filmmakers, designers, and animators.   

Digital Music 🎵 Design 🎨

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Original music, remix, dub, etc. - must not exceed 3 minutes in length

Digital music is sound that can be used to record, store, generate, manipulate, and reproduce sound using audio signals that have been encoded in digital form. In this category, submissions must be original and must be stored in a way that judges can play and hear the music. Submissions can have lyrics with the music. However, lyrics must be accompanied by music.

Web 🕸 Design 🎨

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Original website with title, content, menu, tabs, etc.

Web design encompasses many different skills and disciplines in the production and maintenance of websites. The different areas of web design include web graphic design; interface design; authoring, including standardized code and proprietary software; and user experience design.  Submissions must give the resource used to create their web design, and must be an original website created by parties on the submission form.  No edits permitted after submission deadline  Jan 19, 2018.

Digital Presentation 💹

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Original dynamic presentation created with sway, prezi, slides, etc. -

1 title slide,

1 citation slide and 5-8 content slides

Digital presentation is any dynamic presentation created with digital software such as Sway, Prezi, Powerpoint, Slides, Smore, Canvas, etc.  Other technology applications may be used alongside the presentation such as Jing or Camtasia. Digital presentations should present content that is age appropriate and reflects a topic or concept in a fluid manner.

Interactive Digital Poster 🏤

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Original poster

one page

Interactive Digital Posters express ideas that are intended to persuade, inform, or entertain a local or global audience about a topic. This is accomplished by incorporating text, images, graphics, audio, video, and web links on one digital page. Digital posters offer a brief learning experience on a particular topic. As the audience interacts with the content on a completed digital poster, learning becomes a kind of self-discovery process through the exploration of the poster elements.