We’re launching a competition!
•send us a link to any video you made that explains, illustrates, promotes knowledge management
•no more than 7 minutes in length
•your work and you have permission to publish it
•should be publicly available
•submission deadline: 26 February 2010
•award announcement: 5 March 2010
Objectives and Judging Criteria:
The “Make a Video about KM” competition is founded in memory of the late Dr David Vaine, KM podcaster extraordinaire. The competition’s goal is to promote education, awareness and interest in KM. We will keep this goal in mind as we evaluate the submissions.
There are four categories of award:
•Most informative and educational video
•Most inspiring and engaging video
•Most creative video on KM (including the techniques used to make the video)
Videos will also be evaluated on the extent to which they demonstrate effective knowledge management, by packaging knowledge in an attractive, engaging and accessible form.
The winner in each category will receive a full set of our KM Method Cards, KM Approaches, Methods and Tools – A Guidebook, and our Organisation Culture Cards (worth US$140).
You can use any techniques you like, including mashups, interviews, talking heads, documentaries, skits, animations, dramas, comic strips, music videos.
Make, upload your video to a hosting site and send us a link to the video at . We may embed some videos in posts to our blog as the competition progresses, but this is not an indication that you will win! You can let us know which category of award you are aiming for, but we reserve the right to award in any category.
1.Videos are only eligible for an award if entered by their creator(s) and all necessary permissions have been secured.
2.Videos can be of any length up to a maximum of 7 minutes.
3.Contestants can submit any number of videos.
4.Contestants can submit videos they created previously for other purposes.
5.Videos submitted must be available for viewing on a public website.
6.The decision of the judges (the Straits Knowledge Team) is final.
7.The judges reserve the right not to make an award in any category.
8.No human beings should be harmed in the making of this video.
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