Share your ideas on the future of teaching
14 November 2011
UCL students are invited to put forward their vision for the future of teaching and learning at UCL via a short digital story on a camera.
Participants are being asked to submit a 2-3 minute digital story that shows the future of teaching and learning. A digital story is a short online video created out of still images, text and / or sound.
The prizes for the winning submissions are as follows:
- 1st prize - camera equipment to the value of £300
- 2nd prize - camera equipment to the value of £150
- 3rd prize - £50 Amazon voucher
- Runners up - £10 Waterstone's vouchers
"Above all we are interested in the student's ideas."
Fiona Strawbridge (UCL Information Systems), one of the competition judges, explained: "We hear about learning in virtual classrooms and virtual worlds online, but what is right for you and for UCL? What are the important things? We want UCL students to create a digital story lasting 2 to 4 minutes to help us answer one or more of these questions. We are interested in their ability to engage and persuade through creative use of electronic media but above all we are interested in the student's ideas."
The competition is open to all UCL students. Participants can enter as an individual or as a group. For more information, competition rules, help and support, please visit the Digital Story Competition Moodle space at the link below.
The deadline for submissions is noon on Monday 28 November.