Minggu, 16 Oktober 2016

Olimpiade Google

Ikuti Olimpiade Google

How to Enter

We're excited to see some amazing doodles this year. Students can work with any materials they want, but all doodles must be entered using the entry form. Parents and teachers can mail us the completed entry form or submit it online as a .png, or .jpg. The contest is open for entries until December 2, 2016 at 12:00pm PST, so here's some information to help you get started:

  1.  - Download or print the entry form.
  2.  - Doodle: Have artists create their doodles using any materials they want.
  3.  - Write:
    1. Have artists write a 50-word statement describing their doodle, their message behind the artwork, or their artistic process.
    2. Fill out the rest of the required information and sign the entry form.
  4.  - Combine:
    1. If the doodle wasn't created directly on the entry form, take a digital photo or scan of the doodle and combine it with the entry form.
    2. If you're submitting a digital entry, save the completed entry form as a .png, or .jpg.
  5.  - Enter the Contest:

Enter the Contest

Photographing A Doodle

  1. Resolution: Use the highest quality setting on your camera. Your image should be at least 300 dpi.
    Lighting: Make sure the doodle is well lit and free of glare and unnecessary shadows.
    Composition: Position the camera so that the doodle fills the frame and there are no visual distractions in the background.


  1. Doodles will be judged on the following criteria:
    1.  Artistic merit: based on artistic skill
    2.  Creativity: representation of the contest theme, use of the letters in the Google logo, and the unique approach to the doodle
    3.  Theme communication: how well the contest theme is expressed in both the artwork and the written statement
    Doodles will be grouped and judged by the following grade groups:
    • Grades K-3
    • Grades 4-5
    • Grades 6-7
    • Grades 8-9
    • Grades 10-12
    Finalists will be judged on a state-by-state basis as described below.
    1.  State and Territory Winners: 10 or more winners for each grade group, 53 in total
    2.  National Finalists: 1 finalist for each grade group, 5 in total
    3.  National Winner: featured on the Google homepage.

Competition Levels

Fifty-Three State and Territory Winners

    1. The Guest Judges and Google Doodlers will select the best doodle from each of the 50 states, Washington, D.C., Puerto Rico, and Guam as the State and Territory Winners. These 53 State and Territory Winners will be displayed in an online gallery on the Doodle 4 Google website.

Five National Finalists

    1. For a period of 14 days prior to March 1, 2017, the U.S. public will vote for their favorite doodle from the 53 State and Territory Winners, choosing one in each grade group. These votes will help determine the National Finalists.

One National Winner

    1. A panel of Google employees will choose one of the five National Finalists and announce the National Winner and the National Finalists prior to March 31, 2017.
      Learn more about what the 2016 winners and finalists will receive on the Prizes page.
    2. Disqualifications

Doodles that are not original works and doodles that contain logos will be disqualified. Only one application per student. Only the first doodle entered for each student will be considered, and any additional doodles will be disqualified.


National Winner
National Winner
The National Winner will have his or her doodle featured on the U.S. Google.com homepage for one day. He or she will receive:
  • A $30,000 college scholarship
  • A $50,000 Google for Education Technology Award for their school or non-profit organization
  • A trip to the Google Headquarters in California
  • A Chromebook
  • An Android tablet
National Finalists
The four National Finalists who do not become the National Winner will have their doodles featured in the Doodle 4 Google gallery. Each National Finalist will receive:
  • A $5,000 college scholarship
  • A trip to the Google Headquarters in California
  • An Android tablet
State and Territory Winners
The 48 State and Territory winners who do not become National Finalists will have their doodles included in the Doodle 4 Google gallery. Each State and Territory Winner will receive:
  • An Android tablet.

    Google is assembling an amazing panel of forward-thinking judges that will help decide the winners. Will it be a super-brainy scientist or a world famous musician? Stay tuned and watch this space to find out who they are.
  • Download Student Activities

    These activity kits will inspire students to express their creativity through a doodle. Students will be encouraged to explore the world around them, consider what the future could be like, and how they can make an impact. In other activities, they'll think about the evolution of technology and make predictions of what the next big invention could be.
    By the time they're done, we hope students will be excited to represent what they see for the future in a Google Doodle. To help teachers or organization leaders pick the best activity for their students, the kits are broken up into four grade groups. Parents can try these at home, too.

    Inspirational Videos

    Video 1: Imagine

    Once students have started thinking about what makes them unique, they can watch this three-part video series to find out how our own Google Doodlers approach the creative process. Imagine focuses on the first stage of the process, where students will generate ideas and ask questions.

    Video 2: Create

    In the second stage of the creative process, students will begin to express their ideas through drawing, painting, and more. Create introduces strategies to help students put their creativity into action.

    Video 3: Share and Collaborate

    In the third stage of the creative process, students are encouraged to explain their artwork and provide constructive feedback on the creations of others. Students will see how sharing and collaborating can help them refine their vision and make their doodles the best they can be.

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