|Step #1||Contest Opens Monday, 10/18||Watch/read at least two of the suggested materials talking about open access listed in the "Suggested OA Week Materials" section below.|
Respond to one or both of the following prompts.
Responses can be in any style you choose and should be as creative as possible! Submissions need to be original works either written, visual art, video, etc. and accessible to Cal State East Bay Libraries for review online. The submission form will include a link to upload your work.
|Step #3||Contest Closes Sunday, 10/31||Submit your competition entry in the official submission form: https://forms.gle/JkztbJBjZ7ykSeqMA|
|Public Voting Opens! Link will be made available once public voting opens.|
|Step #5||Winners Announced, Monday, 11/08||Follow the University Libraries Instagram (IG:csueb_library) to find out if you won!|
Participants must be current Cal State East Bay students to be eligible to participate and win the prizes. The University Libraries will review each submission to ensure that it responds to at least one prompt as listed in the contest details. Submissions need to be original works either written, visual art, video, etc. and accessible to Cal State East Bay University Libraries for review online. Limit one (1) submission per person/NetID for the entire contest period.
The contest opens Monday, 10/18/21, and ends Sunday, 10/31/21 at 11:59 pm ("Contest Period"). All submissions will be reviewed by the University Libraries before they are published on the submissions page for public voting. Public up-voting will open Monday, 11/01/21 and end Sunday, 11/07/21 at 11:59pm ("Contest Voting Period"). The winner and second runner up will be announced Monday, 11/08/21 no later than 5:00 pm on the Cal State East Bay University Libraries official Instagram. Winners will also be contacted via email provided during submission entry.
Submissions will be reviewed by the University Libraries to ensure content responds to at least one prompt as described in contest details. Selection will be based on the following criteria:
The University Libraries reserves the right to disqualify any submissions that do not meet the submission criteria set forth above, contain prohibited content, and/or are otherwise deemed by the University Libraries, in its sole discretion, to be inappropriate or obscene or not in keeping with the University Libraries’ image will be disqualified and will not appear on the website for public voting.