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Win $1000 toward your tuition
with the USbundles.com Scholarship!

The use of social media in education is on the rise. Students and faculty are finding new ways to leverage social media tools like social networking sites, apps, message boards, and podcasts to encourage the learning process.

Tell us your top 5 ideas on how professors and teachers can use social media to enhance the learning process. List each idea and then briefly explain how it encourages students to learn.

Rules and Regulations

How to enter:

Research

Do some research. Learn how the web can make a difference in your very own community.

Write

In less than 500 words, use the form below to tell us how teachers and professors can use social media to improve education and learning.

Submit

Paste or write your article in the form, and fill out all the fields listed below. Submit your entry before June 22, 2014. Don't forget to hit submit.

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Thanks for stopping by but entries for the USbundles.com Scholarship are no longer being accepted. Please check back on Jan 15 when we announce the USbundles.com Scholarship recipient! Stay tuned for the next scholarship question!

Submit

Thank you for your submissions. This scholarship is now closed.

If you have problems while trying to submit your essay or you have any questions regarding the scholarship, please email usbundlesscholarship@gmail.com or call 801-990-3617.

Helpful Guidelines

Want to increase your chances of winning $1000 for school? Follow these guidelines:

  • Be concise
    500-600 words isn't much — choose your words wisely.
  • Be creative
    Use your imagination! Don't be afraid to try something different.
  • Use examples and references
    Examples will make you look more credible and offer context for your readers.
  • Link to your sources
    If you are using sources, make sure to link to them in-text or at the bottom of your essay.
  • Submit before the deadline (June 22, 2014)
    We won't accept late entries.

Congratulations to our December 2013 winner!

Ashley Farr

College: University of Utah