Deadline for submission of entries is 31 July 2016.
N.B. The competition is open to young people from any EU member state. A video cannot contain offensive, abusive, sexually explicit or other inappropriate content. A video cannot contain any material to promote sale of a product or service.
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Selection procedure is simple:
An initial selection will be based on the number of favs and loves in the Scratch repository and on the development of computational thinking skills demonstrated in the creation of the video game;
All videos succeeding the first selection will be disseminated through the eSkills for Jobs YouTube channel;
Number of likes & shares on the eSkills for Jobs YouTube channel will determine the best videos; and
A jury of experts and policy makers will select the winners.
Selection of competition winners:
One winner and one runner-up will be selected on the basis of:
Number of likes & shares on the eSkills for Jobs YouTube channel; and
A jury composed of experts.
In September 2016, the winner and runner-up will be notified via email.
Please stay tuned for updates on the awards!
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