Adobe eLearning Community announces the next contest “Adobe eLearning Showcase Challenge – Fall 2020” from Oct 1st, 2020. Just like the previous challenge, the participants need to create projects using Adobe Captivate software. These will be listed under the category ‘Adobe eLearning Showcase Challenge – Fall 2020′ in the URL https://elearning.adobe.com/projects/
How to enter the contest :-
- All individual participants need to create projects using Adobe Captivate software that ranges from 3 to 20 project slides (see examples at https://elearning.adobe.com/projects/). If you are submitting as a team, only one of the participant should submit the entry or entries, and thereby make the representation on behalf of that team. Submitting participant must procure prior written permissions from each team member.
- Project themes can range from formal learning themes to also any informal themes such as health & lifestyle, travel, education, food, music, sports etc…
- Projects which were submitted for earlier contests as listed here will not be considered for nomination.
- All projects must be uploaded to the Contest Portal by the participant themselves:
KINDLY KNOW HOW TO UPLOAD YOUR PROJECT(S) ON THE PORTAL:
Participants must upload a Zip file of their project to the elearning Project portal at https://elearning.adobe.com/projects/ by following these steps:
1) Go to section “Adobe eLearning Showcase Challenge – Fall 2020” on https://elearning.adobe.com/projects/ and click on the title.
2) Click on Add Projects button
3) Add the title of your project and upload the published ZIP file.
4) Add a Preview of the Zip file in the post
5) Add description and a project image of your choice.
6) Add Category as– ShowcaseCategory , add Sub-category –“eLearning_Showcase_Challenge_Fall2020” , add Tag –“ Sample projects”
8) Click Send for Review
9) You will also need to Submit the .CPTX file via an Online File Sharing link like Dropbox or Sharepoint and mail it to email@example.com along with you full legal name, address, year of birth, email address, or user ID, and any other required non-personal information.
Contest duration : 10.00am PST, Oct 1, 2020 to 11.59pm PST, Nov 15, 2020
Enter By: 11.59pm PST, Nov 15, 2020 (No Purchase Necessary)
Judging Criteria : A panel of qualified judges designated by Adobe will, in their sole discretion, evaluate and score all eligible Entries received and select the Participants with the highest score (potential “winner(s)”) using the below weighted criteria (“Judging Criteria”):
(1) 25% Overall Design
(2) 25% Creativity
(3) 25% Originality
(4) 25% Overall Quality
Prizes : The Top 5 Potential Winners will be ranked from #1 to #5, and will each be awarded a $500 Gift card
Announce results : Results will be announced on Dec 1, 2020
Official Rules : Adobe Elearning Showcase Challenge – Fall 2020
Eligibility – YOU MUST BE 18 YEARS OF AGE OR OLDER AND A LEGAL RESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, CANADA (EXCLUDING QUEBEC), INDIA, UNITED KINGDOM (EXCLUDING NORTHERN IRELAND), AUSTRALIA, OR NEW ZEALAND.
For any queries please comment below or write to firstname.lastname@example.org
Adobe eLearning Team
Please write to us at email@example.com you are still facing issue. We will surely try to assist you with your submission.
Thanks for the feedback Noel! We will try to improve further. Feel free to drop in your suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi Piotr, Thanks for your query. Here is where we can see the results
Additionally we have also released a video of the top 10. You can view it here
I saw a comment elsewhere where someone was discouraged that people like “Paul Wilson” will likely win this contest so they weren’t going to bother. You should know that as an independent contractor of Adobe I’m ineligible to enter this contest so don’t let that stop you.
Please kindly write to us at email@example.com if anyone has any form of grievance. We will hear you patiently and there will be no retaliation.
Thanks for your comment. Only after reading it, did I realize that according to official rules the contest is not for Europe. I find it really strange in the age of global village. I was wondering, what is the reason for excluding anybody in the world from the contest? In this case Adobe acts as a local (sic!) company. I guess it operates worldwide so why should anybody be thrown out of the contest? And I’m not talking about the possibility of winning the prize. For me it’s not important at all. Just the act of participation would be great.
It would have been great if we could have downloaded the Challenge entries that were showcased on the Adobe Project site. If I’m correct, the main page that catalogues all examples mentions the courses listed can be downloaded and reused – a tad confusing. Thanks
Hi PeeMAC, thanks for your query. The projects uploaded by the contestants are not made public yet as we are still gathering the permissions from the contributors. It will be posted and notified once we have the approvals in place. We are legally bound to safeguard the properties from misuse or plagiarism due the contest period and the cooling period thereafter. We understand the Preview. Download. Reuse is a tad confusing due to this restriction. But apart from the contest projects every other part of the projects page is downloadable. We will try to revise the information for upcoming events to clear this. Hope you would understand this and cooperate.
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