Virtual School Meanderings

April 13, 2017

DDL Logo Contest

Note that you still have a couple of days left to submit your idea.

Dear DDL Members,

April 15 is quickly approach, and that means…submissions for the DDL logo competition are due soon! Maybe you’re working on filing taxes and need to procrastinate. Or maybe it’s that time of the semester filled with reading dissertations and scheduling defenses, and you want to procrastinate. Either way, we do have scholarly evidence that procrastination can help fuel creativity. So, why not put it to work for you? You could win $100 if your design is selected!
?*? Grand prize: $100
?*?? Deadline: April 15, 2017
?* ?Eligibility: Designers do not have to be an active member of AECT or DDL
?* ?Submission: Upload a single page PDF with three versions for a logo, short banner, and long banner, to http://bit.ly/aectddllogo. Make sure your name and email address are on the page.
?* ?Disclaimer: The selection committee reserves the right to modify the selected design as necessary.
?* ?Final selection: The contest winner will be required to provide hi-res files of the three individual versions.

?See http://bit.ly/2kt9AtH for more information?

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Tonia A. Dousay
DDL President

DDL Webpage: http://aect.site-ym.com/group/distance_learning
DDL Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/100744850679/

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