November 7, 2012

Participate in the Knowledge Sharing Challenge and Stand a Chance to Win $3000

Last week we announced the Knowledge Sharing Challenge at Adobe Learning Summit.  It’s an amazing opportunity for anyone (eLearning Professional, Trainer, Subject Matter Expert, Instructional Designer, Knowledge Worker, You Name it) to compete for great prizes and show your colleagues what you can do. All you need to do is record a short video using Adobe Presenter Video Creator and share it on Facebook. Here’s a short video with more information about the contest:

Competitors will use the new Adobe Presenter Video Creator (available as a free trial here) to create a personalized video. In the video each entrant will share their knowledge or expertise about any topic, ranging from how to create an email account, use social media tools, process steps, managing projects, soft skills, etc. It’s open to anyone above 18 years of age in the qualifying regions (note that some special exceptions apply, so you should read the contest rules very carefully to ensure you qualify.)

It’s really easy to use Adobe Presenter Video Creator. Check out this simple video to learn how.

You can enter the competition on this page: http://bit.ly/knowledgesharingchallenge

Here’s a quick video that explains how to enter the contest. It even includes instructions for uploading your video to Facebook.

STUDENTS / EDUCATORS – Check out the Adobe Change the World Challenge.

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