2019 CWE Multimodal Writing Competition
The Center for Writing Excellence announces its second annual Multimodal Writing Competition. Projects can be submitted in one of seven categories: the School of Arts and Sciences, the School of Communication, the School of Business, the School of Education, a Graduate Program, Student Life, and Internships. Individuals and groups of students can submit posters, webtexts, podcasts, info graphics, interactive media, journalism, and other forms of multimodal composition. The deadline to apply is Dec. 15, 2018.

The winners and runners-up will be announced on February 14, 2019. Winners in each category will receive a $100 gift card (first prize) and runners-up in each category will receive a $25 gift card. One overall winner will be selected to receive the grand prize of an iPad.

Email address *
First Name (individual submission or representative of group) *
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Last Name (individual submission or representative of group) *
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Major(s) *
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Minor(s) *
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If you’re submitting for a group, give group members’ full names, email addresses, and majors/minors: *
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What is the context or class in which the multimodal project was created? Select one option. *
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If you created the multimodal project for a class, please note the class number, term you took the class, and professor's full name.
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If you created the multimodal project for a Student Life group or an internship, please provide the group or internship name and your supervisor/supervising faculty member.
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Title of Entry *
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Type of Document (e.g., poster, podcast, slideshow, infographic, short film, public service announcement, other) *
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Please provide brief (one-two sentences) responses to each of the following questions. The judges will evaluate your submission based on how suitable your project is for the intended audience, purpose, and context, so the more specific you can be here, the most helpful this information will be for the judges.
Who is the intended audience for this project? (Please be specific) *
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What is the purpose/message of your text and how do you intend or hope the intended audience will use your text? (For example, is your purpose to entertain, to inform or persuade about something, to change people’s minds in a specific way, etc.) *
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In what context is the project intended to be used (examples include a specific online publication, a presentation to a community group, a student organization service drive, etc)? *
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Why have you submitted this piece for consideration? (What are its strengths?) *
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Please paste a shareable link to your project here *
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I certify that this project is my own work (by signing a digital signature – typed name will be accepted). *
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I consent to this project being used by the Center for Writing Excellence for publicity or training purposes. You may still enter the competition even if you do not give consent. *
I certify that this project does not infringe on any copyright legislations or restrictions, and that all images are used according to copyright guidelines by signing a digital signature -- typed name will be accepted:
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