For 2020, each entry is required each entry to have a project display board for the table, however, the display board will not be any larger than 18X48 (you may cut a regular presentation board in half to make a display for two separate entries).
All projects must have project documentation, as well as any permission needed, and a bibliography (if applicable).
- Title (Name of project, name of creator(s), competition category & level)
- Introduction of project
- What hardware and software did you use?
- Why did you choose to do this project?
- What have you learned from creating this project?
- Visual documentation during project development (photos)
Standards: How does the project relate the content to instructional standards? The instructional standard may not be the standard of the level of the student creating the project, but it may be a standard at any level.
Bibliography: If the project contains any material not written/created by the student, a bibliography must be included (including websites used, people that consulted with the student to provide guidance, etc)
Copyright permissions: The Student Technology Fair committee supports ethical behavior and respect for the work of others. Any images, text or recordings not created by the student must have written permission from the owner of the work. The content must give permission of use or be free domain. Note: "Google" is not considered a full citation. Work that is unique to the student or free in the public domain is acceptable but must be listed in the Bibliography. Work that is not properly cited will be penalized in the judging.
Computers and Software: Students will be provided a table and electricity the day of the competition. Students are responsible for the security of any computer brought on the premises. If additional equipment is needed, please notify Ashley Gasperson via email at email@example.com