Premier Award 2013 EligibilityThe eligibility information listed here is preliminary and is based upon the 2013 Premier Award. Please check back for updated info. Please contact Professor Joe Tront at Virginia Tech via email at email@example.com for more information.
The Premier Award was developed to recognize "high-quality, non-commercial courseware designed to enhance engineering education."
- The official language of the 2013 Premier Award competition is English.
- Authors are invited to resubmit courseware from the 1997-2012 competitions for the 2013 competition, provided they meet all eligibility guidelines, follow the submission procedures and provide the additional documentation specified in the submission procedures.
- Premier Courseware of 1997-2012 are ineligible to submit for the 2013 Premier Award competition.
- Administrative personnel (e.g., Coalition Directors, Department Chairs, Deans) in positions of authority over judges and/or facilitators are ineligible to submit to the 2013 Premier Award.
- Courseware submitted to the 2013 Premier Award competition must be distributable through Engineering Pathway and on a Premier Courseware of 2013 CD-ROM or USB thumb drive. By submitting to the Premier Award competition the submitter acknowledges that a) they retain sufficient rights to allow EP to become a non-exclusive distributor of the courseware as submitted for the 2013 Premier Award competition, b) they will transmit to EP a full working version of their courseware (in some cases previews or demos of the courseware may be acceptable) in August 1 - September 30, 2013 if it is selected as the 2013 Premier Courseware (even if their courseware is web-based), and c) they will work with staff to ensure their courseware runs smoothly from a Premier Courseware of 2013 CD-ROM or thumb drive.
The judging panel may include Premier Award Editors, one representative from each sponsoring organization, at-large content-area expert(s), and at-large instructional designers. All judges will abide by standard National Science Foundation conflict-of-interest guidelines for proposal review. If the situation arises judges may recuse themselves, or be recused by the judging panel if any perceived conflict of interest occurs. Facilitators will be present to clarify questions regarding the intent of the criteria and procedural matters as well as arbitrate any conflict-of-interest problems.
If you'd like more information about the Premier Award or how to become a sponsor, please contact Professor Joe Tront at Virginia Tech via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.