|Best Student Embryology Projects
Best 3 student online pages on a selected embryology topic.
Selected award pages remain permanently and are promoted through the award icon on the embryology website.
Award submissions will only identified by student number, by mutual agreement winners can be identified by student name.
Can be included in your portfolio.
Submissions close 27th July 2015.
Winners announce September 2015.
Judged by Dr Mark Hill.
--Mark Hill (talk) 16:20, 20 March 2015 (AEDT) This is the second time that medicine students have had an opportunity to contribute short projects to the Embryology website. I have also taken into account the limited time available during semester for submissions, by giving you time to work mainly the student break. (beat the Sydney winter blues)
- This year I want students to prepare, make and upload their own multimedia page based upon a single topic from week 1 to week 3 of development.
|Here are some ideas:
||2014 Project Pages (not multimedia topics):
These students received a certificate and a covering letter that could be included in their portfolio.
- Log-in to the embryology website using your student ID and Zpass.
- Click your student number (shown in red at the top right of the screen following log-in)
- Create page using the tab at the top of the page, and save.
You are now ready to begin editing your own page!
- Movie files uploaded must be in MP4 format.
- Movie files can include audio.
- Movie files uploaded name must be brief, descriptive and include your ZID.
- Movie files cannot exceed 20 Mb in size (you can upload more than a single file).
- Read Help:Student Movies
- I am looking for accuracy and novelty in submissions.
- You can only work on your own page and no other existing online content (all edits are recorded).
- Award pages may be further edited or renamed following competition completion (by the judge).
- All non-awarded pages deleted (Individual feedback can be made available upon request).
- These are online projects and not essays, include a balance between the text and visual elements.
- Projects cannot include any more than one wikipedia image (preferably none).
- All existing embryology website content can be used on your project page (with appropriate acknowledgement).
- Externally sourced/added material must meet copyright conditions and all correct information to be supplied and associated with the added file.
- The organiser will delete all non-complying material.
- Uploaded files, other than text, cannot be deleted by student (contact organiser for content removal).
- Students not complying with all the above conditions will be blocked from the website.
- There is a specific Help:Student Movies page and a online tutorial page.
- There are also existing online tutorials on formatting, image information, referencing and copyright.
Contact the competition organiser (Mark Hill) for further information.
Cite this page: Hill, M.A. (2020, January 28) Embryology Zygote Awards. Retrieved from https://embryology.med.unsw.edu.au/embryology/index.php/Zygote_Awards
- © Dr Mark Hill 2020, UNSW Embryology ISBN: 978 0 7334 2609 4 - UNSW CRICOS Provider Code No. 00098G