VIDEOS: Humor, rap, Antarctica help propel 'Thinking Outside The Desk' efforts to contest winsThird-place winner goes to UND student
Where do you learn best? In one video, a college student attempting to study is driven to "Distraction." In another, In another, a student answers the question musically. And in a third, a UND student submits that learning is best experienced in a hands-on, outside-the-glass fashion. Open the article to view the top three videos in the contest.
By: Herald Staff Report, Grand Forks Herald
Where do you learn best?
That was the question posed to North Dakota college students who entered JLG Architect's "Thinking Outside The Desk" video competition.
The top 10 films were screened Thursday night at the Empire Arts Center in Grand Forks.
In the winning video, a college student attempting to study is driven to "Distraction." In the second-place video, a student answers the contest question musically.
And the contest's third-place video, from UND student Theodore Bibby, uses scenes of geology research work in the Antarctic to help support the benefits of hands-on, outside-the-classroom experience.
Look below to see the top three videos:
A video by Christine Hoefs and Katie Dockter, North Dakota State University. This video received the first-place prize of $2,500.
A video by Thomas Erickson, North Dakota State University. This video received the second-place prize of $1,000.
A video by Theodore Bibby, University of North Dakota. This video received the third-place prize of $500.
Learn more about the contest by reading Herald education reporter Lisa Gulya's Friday article about the video.
All the contest submissions are posted on JLG’s YouTube channel.