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Arne Duncan introduces the Why Open Education Matters Video Competition

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Published on Mar 4, 2012

U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan introduces the Why Open Education Matters Video Competition. The competition will award cash prizes for the best short videos that explain the use and promise of free, high-quality Open Educational Resources—or "OER"—and describe the benefits and opportunities these materials create for teachers, students and schools.

Video submissions are accepted until June 5, 2012 and winners will be announced July 18, 2012. Cash prizes include $25,000 (first), $5,000 (second), and $1,000 (Public Choice Award). Judges include prominent artists and education experts, including Davis Guggenheim, Nina Paley, James Franco, and many others. The competition website is http://whyopenedmatters.org. All entries must be shared under the Creative Commons Attribution license.

This video is a work of the U.S. Federal Government, thus it is in the public domain under U.S. copyright law.

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