$2,000 ADPAC Video Contest
There have been plenty of great dental student videos showing up on YouTube lately (especially Marquette’s “Teach Me How to Prophy” and Iowa’s “Pros Pros Baby”). ADPAC recognizes the creativity of dental students, and it is sponsoring a competition (with a $2,000 prize) for the ASDA chapter that makes the best video that explains what ADPAC is, why joining ADPAC is important, or helps illustrate what ADPAC has done and will continue to do for your future profession. All submission will be shown at the ADPAC booth during the 2012 ADA Annual Session in San Francisco.
- Participation is limited to current ASDA members
- Videos may be in the form of an original drama, comedy, documentary, interview, public service announcement, music video, or any combination
- Videos should not be more than 3 minutes in length
- Applicants must include two copies of the video. Each copy must be on a disc or flash drive and be formatted in standard AVI Format
Videos are subject to disqualification if they contain:
- Copyrighted or trademarked material including material taken from TV, movies, DVDs, the internet, books, manuscripts, recordings, pictures, or soundtracks UNLESS appropriate documentation granting permission to use such material is included with the entry. See http://www.copyright.gov/ for U.S. copyright regulations
- Unlicensed software
- Material or language that would be deemed inappropriate content for the general viewing public
The contest deadline is September 15. And once again, the winning team receives $2,000. See entry form and rules.