Guidelines for submitting projects to the eLearning Awards
Please read the guidelines below before submitting a project for the eLearning Awards. As of this year, top 50 entries of the eLearning Awards competition will also be added to the Learning Resource Exchange, a pan-European federation of learning resource repositories. This will give extra visibility to your project and give you a chance to share your work with a larger community of teachers.
Before you submit your project please make sure of the following:
- You have read and followed the rules.
- Your project is uploaded on a website, preferably a permanent server with a permanent URL which you will submit in the competition.
- You have a 200-word description of your project in French, English, or German. Longer descriptions can be added on your own website.
- As your project might also be added to the Learning Resource Exchange (top 50), you will be asked to select a Creative Commons license. A selector is available during the registration process. More information about creative commons here.
- Technical requirements:
- If you are using Windows 98, ME, 2000 or XP, Vista we recommend:
- Internet Explorer 7 or higher
- Netscape 7.2 or higher
- Firefox 3.0 or higher
- Opera 7 or higher
- If you are aMac OS X user (PowerPC and Intel), we recommend:
- Firefox version 3.0 or higher
- Opera 9 or higher
Other browsers on other Operating Systems might not offer full compatibility with the eLearning Awards 2010 Portal and registration module.
Download here a preview of the registration form.
About the voting tool:
- Projects are submitted to the eLearning Awards in general, not to a specific category.
- All entries are considered for the outstanding teacher Award. For other Awards, evaluators identify for which categories the projects are suitable.
- Projects from the following countries are eligible for all categories in the eLearning Awards 2010: EEA/EFTA/EU countries; EU candidate countries (Croatia, Turkey, FYROM); Israel and Georgia.
- All other countries are only eligible for the ‘International Cooperation’ category.
- In the International Cooperation category, projects in eLearning Awards eligible languages are accepted (all 22 EU official languages (except Irish) + Icelandic, Turkish, Norwegian, and Hebrew).
- For all other categories, projects can be in the following languages: (all 22 EU official languages (except Irish) + Icelandic, Turkish, Norwegian, and Hebrew).
- Deadline for submitting your entry: 28 September 2010.
- The voting tool allow website visitor to highlight an entry they have found particularly useful and innovative.
- Please use the voting tool in a fair, safe and responsible manner.
- You can only vote 1 times for the same entry. After this your vote will not be taken into account (even if there is no warning messages).
- The voting tool will in no circumstances be used as a basis for judging the eLearning Awards competition. The jury panel is totally independent.