RULES AND GUIDELINES
- Qualifications for entry
- Each group may submit no more than one (1) animation.
- Groups should consist of two (2) to five (5) female students between the ages of 12-20.
- There is no limit to the number groups registered by each school.
- Each group is entitled to appoint a teacher/mentor to assist with the project. Mentors MUST be employed by the registering school.
- Each group MUST register via https://ntrcdominica.typeform.com/to/YX8jl7
- Deadline for registration is April 10th,2017.
- Submission of Entries
- All animations will be uploaded to YouTube and submitted to the contest gallery via http://woobox.com/m8uuvs
- All submissions will also be uploaded to https://scratch.mit.edu with all titles including "NTRCGirlsInICT" at the beginning.
- All submissions will be reviewed by the public and voted on. The Most Popular Animation will be awarded based on number votes acquired.
- Best animation will be selected by a panel of judges and announced on April 27th, 2017 on Girls in ICT Day.
- Running time for each submission will be a minimum of 1 minute and maximum 1 minute 30 second animation, including credits.
- All animations MUST be created using the Scratch Editor and exported and uploaded to YouTube.
- Animations MUST be original. The use of premade animations is strictly prohibited.
- Use of any copyrighted audio or video clips, or artwork MUST be credited.
- Deadline for submissions is 8:00am on April 24th, 2017.
- Any violation of the Rules and Guidelines is subject to disqualification.
- How can ICT be used in Agriculture to make it more efficient?
- How can you use ICT to improve supplemental education?
- How can you use ICT in health care to improve the efficiency of healthcare systems?
- What can the NTRC do to promote ICT?
Each animation should be based on one (1) of the following themes:
Two prizes will be awarded
- Best Animation (Grand Prize)
- Team receives $1,500
- School receives $1,500
- Viewer’s Choice
- Team Receives $1,000
- School Receives $1,000
CRITERIA FOR JUDGING
The winning group will be determined by a judging panel based on the following criteria:
Selection and Application of Materials 10 points
Complexity/level of tools used 30 points
Originality 20 points
Concept 20 points
Quality (neatness and craft) 10 points
Aesthetic quality (design, composition, color tones) 10 points
TOTAL 100 points