iPad2 Video Contest
What is the BEST reason to take a summer session class?
Submit a video that answers this question and you could win an ipad2! This video contest was created to promote Summer Session 2011 in a novel way—by incorporating creativity, technology and social networking aspects—the latter of which are much used by today’s youth.
General Rules and Regulations:
Contest will begin on April 20, 2011. The contest is open to anyone residing in the state of Hawaii and there are no limits to the number of entries per person. All entries must be received by June 30, 2011 11:59pm. Submissions must be in either Quicktime files or dvd formats. Hard copy dvds can be sent to UHH CCECS, Attn: Video Contest, 200 W Kawili Street, Hilo HI 96720-4091. Quicktime files can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have any questions about how to submit your video, please call us at 974-7664.
Video submissions must be no more than 60 seconds in length and cannot contain any profanity, nudity, drug paraphernalia, graphic violence or logos (other than the UH logo, as found on official t-shirts, folders, etc.). Dialogue and speech in all submissions must be intelligible. All entries must also be accompanied by a model release form for all participants in the video. Entries that do not meet these requirements will automatically be disqualified.
Videos will be judged on originality, creativity in execution and content and how well the question “what is the best reason to take a UH summer session class” was answered. A committee of 3 (featuring a member of UH Media Relations, CCECS and a representative from the community) will be selecting the top twenty submissions from a pool of fifty—this fifty will have been paired down by the production team. These submissions will be then posted online on our YouTube page and voting will begin on July 15, 2011.
Entry with the most number of votes by Aug 1, 2011 will win the ipad2.
All submissions become the property of the University of Hawaii at Hilo College of Continuing Education and Community Service.