And, the winning team is…!
Interpretive has established the following eligibility criteria for the Fall 2018 Scholarship award: All professors who teach undergraduate and graduate courses can participate. All professors who teach in full time, online, or part time programs. Professors have to use Interpretive Simulations during the class. All Interpretive simulations are eligible. Completion of the scholarship question is required by the professor. By submitting your answer, you acknowledge and agree that Interpretive Simulations will own all publishing rights to your entries.
If you are considering integrating Interpretive Simulations in your class, please fill out the Request Demo form and you will receive access to review our simulations. When you decide to adopt the simulation, please answer the Scholarship question and send it to us at email@example.com. Your class will be entered in the contest as soon as we confirm you will be using the simulation in your class.
If you are currently teaching with one of our simulations, simply answer the scholarship question and send it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Your class will be entered in the contest. If you are using several of our simulations, each of your classes will be entered separately and will have an opportunity to win.
The answers to the contest question: “What resources were the most helpful for integrating the simulation into your course? And how did you use them?” must be submitted electronically to the Interpretive Team via email address: email@example.com by August 15th, 2018. Late submissions will not be accepted. Answers must be between 150 to 350 words.
We will confirm completion of all the requirements by the professors who wish to enter the contest. A winner will be randomly selected from all professors who fulfill the entry requirements. Final award decisions will be made no later than August 17th, 2018.
Simulation should be used as intended by the professor. After the simulation is completed in the participating class, the professor will award the scholarship to the winning team/individual. The professor decides who wins the simulation game.