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Re: 2010 DML Competition Update: New submission deadlines, application system opening 1/15

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  • Andrius Kulikauskas
    Hi Edward, John, Julie and all, I m planning to submit a proposal for this competition, I think something related to math education. Perhaps you might, too?
    Message 1 of 1 , Jan 5, 2010
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      Hi Edward, John, Julie and all,
      I'm planning to submit a proposal for this competition, I think
      something related to math education. Perhaps you might, too? Or we
      might together?
      Andrius Kulikauskas, Minciu Sodas, http://www.ms.lt, ms@..., +370 699
      30003

      kimberly wrote:
      >> Happy New Year!
      >>
      >> Here at the HASTAC/MacArthur Foundation Digital Media and Learning
      >> Competition headquarters, we are increasingly excited as the opening
      >> of the online application system draws closer. We can't wait to see
      >> the ideas that you have percolating and the many innovative ways you
      >> are reimagining learning!
      >>
      >> To give you some additional time to shine up those initial
      >> applications and get them ready for prime time, we are happy to
      >> announce that* we have extended the Competition timeline.* This means
      >> that the online application system will now *open and **begin
      >> accepting applications on January 15th*. The due date for
      >> preliminary applications has been extended until *January 22nd*,
      >> while resubmitted final first round applications (taking into
      >> consideration any public feedback/comments received) will be due no
      >> later than *February 15th*.
      >>
      >> Please check out the revised timeline
      >> here: http://www.dmlcompetition.net/timeline.php and feel free to
      >> email us dml@... <mailto:dml@...> with any questions.
      >>
      >> I have included below a revised call for the 2010 HASTAC/MacArthur
      >> Foundation Digital Media and Learning Competition with the new
      >> submission deadlines. Please help us get the word out by spreading
      >> it through your networks. We look forward to seeing your
      >> applications on January 15th!
      >>
      >> Best,
      >> Digital Media and Learning Competition
      >>
      >>
      >>
      >>
      >> **With apologies for cross-posting**
      >>
      >> */
      >> /*
      >>
      >> */---PLEASE DISTRIBUTE WIDELY---/*
      >>
      >> *2010 HASTAC/MacArthur Foundation Digital Media and Learning Competition*
      >>
      >> */
      >> /*
      >> */
      >> /*
      >> */TIMELINE EXTENDED----Application system to open January 15th/*
      >> /
      >> /
      >> /PLEASE NOTE NEW SUBMISSION DEADLINES/
      >> /
      >> /
      >> /*****To allow applicants more time to develop their initial
      >> applications, the Competition timeline has been extended by one week.
      >> The online application system will now open and /*/begin accepting
      >> applications on January 15th/*/. //T//he due date for preliminary
      >> applications has been extended until /*/January 22nd/*/*,* while
      >> resubmitted final first round applications (taking into consideration
      >> any public feedback/comments received) will be due by /*/February
      >> 15th/*/.// P//lease reference the revised timeline
      >> here: //http://www.dmlcompetition.net/timeline.php//. *****/
      >> */
      >> /*
      >>
      >> The theme of this year's Competition is Reimagining Learning and
      >> there are two types of awards: 21st Century Learning Lab Designers
      >> and Game Changers.
      >>
      >> Aligned with National Lab Day as part of the White House's Educate to
      >> Innovate Initiative, the 21st Century Learning Lab Designer awards
      >> will range from $30,000-$200,000. Awards will be made for learning
      >> environments and digital media-based experiences that allow young
      >> people to grapple with social challenges through activities based on
      >> the social nature, contexts, and ideas of science, technology,
      >> engineering and math.
      >>
      >> The Game Changers category—undertaken in cooperation with Sony
      >> Computer Entertainment of America (SCEA) and Electronic Arts (EA),
      >> Entertainment Software Assocation, and the Information Technology
      >> Industry Council—will award amounts ranging from $5,000-$50,000 for
      >> creative levels designed with either LittleBigPlanet™ or Spore™
      >> Galactic Adventures that offer young people engaging game play
      >> experiences and that incorporate and leverage principles of science,
      >> technology, engineering and math for learning.
      >>
      >> Each category will include several Best in Class awards selected by
      >> expert judges, as well as a People’s Choice Award selected by the
      >> general public. The online application system will open on January
      >> 15 and will include three rounds of submissions, with public comment
      >> at each stage.
      >>
      >> Please see www.dmlcompetition.net
      >> <http://www.dmlcompetition.net/> for all details.
      >>
      >>
      >> www.hastac.org <http://www.hastac.org/>
      >> www.dmlcompetition.net <http://www.dmlcompetition.net/>
      >> www.twitter.com/dmlComp <http://www.twitter.com/dmlComp>
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      > Nancy Kimberly
      > HASTAC Project Manager
      > Duke University
      > 128 Franklin Center, Box 90403
      > Durham, NC 27708-0403
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