What does research in education look like? We want you to show us!
UBC Faculty of Education students and faculty members from all departments and from the School of Kinesiology are invited to – literally – share their research with the world by taking pictures of their research environment and posting them on Twitter. Contributions will be posted in online and real-life galleries throughout the Year of Research in Education.
The contest is open from October 6th, 2014 to April 30th, 2015.
Seven monthly prizes ($25 gift cards), winners selected by random draw
A mystery grand prize drawn at the end of the Year of Research in Education (May 2015)
1. Pictures must be posted on Twitter to be eligible.
2. The accompanying Tweet must include both the hashtag #ThisIsResearch and the username @UBCEdResearch for your entry to be considered in the contest.
3. Please enter as many times as you want, however a maximum of one entry per day will be entered in the draw. You can only win one prize in the #ThisIsResearch contest throughout the Year of Research in Education.
4. Please be mindful of privacy and research ethics when taking and posting pictures. Obtain permission from persons identifiable in the picture before posting to Twitter.
5. By participating in the #ThisIsResearch contest, you authorize the UBC Faculty of Education to reproduce your pictures electronically or in print, with attribution. There will be no commercial use of your work. Examples of uses include: web site publications, posters, digital signs, and promotional brochures.
6. While all UBC Faculty of Education affiliates are encouraged to post submissions, only UBC (Vancouver) Faculty of Education students and postdoctoral fellows are eligible to win the randomly drawn prizes. Graduate Academic Assistants (GAAs) working within OGPR are not eligible for prizes.
7. Monthly random draws will be held on the first business day of every month from among the previous month’s entries, from November to May 2014. The Grand Prize will be drawn in May 2015 from all entries submitted between October 6th, 2014 and April 30th, 2015. Winners will be notified via Twitter and must show a proof of current enrollment (or postdoctoral fellow appointment) to claim their prize.
Contact Heather Frost in the OGPR.