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Student Essay Competition 2011

Fri 29th Oct, 2010

Are you a Computing or Library and Information Science student? Would you like the chance to win £300 and have your work published? If so, then take this opportunity to express your views on: "'Flexible learning' is a current buzz phrase; how do you envisage the perfect flexible learning course?"

The Higher Education Academy's Information and Computer Science Subject Centre, is offering you the chance to submit your opinions and experiences in an essay or podcast/vidcast form. This opportunity is open to anyone studying Computing or Library and Information Science as part of their higher education course. International students studying at a UK institution are more than welcome to enter. However, UK or non-UK students studying at institutions outside of the UK are unfortunately not eligible for the award.

To enter this competition all you need to do is write a 1,000-word essay or record a
five-minute podcast/vidcast on how does the reality of studying Computing or Information / Library Sciences match your initial expectations.

Full details on how to enter  can be found at http://www.ics.heacademy.ac.uk/student_central/competition_essay_details11.htm