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National Science & Engineering Week 2012

Prove it! 2012 Online Video Competition

24 February 2012

Take centre stage as a science presenter!


What is Prove it?

 Prove it is the online video competition for all ages created for National Science & Engineering Week 2012.

If you fancy yourself as the next Brian Cox or the next Alice Roberts get involved and film yourself explaining one aspect of our world in motion in 30 seconds.

We want to collect as many stories of our world in motion as we can so whether you want to use your video to talk about plate tectonics, social media, the solar system, or about anything to do with motion, be part of the national buzz for NSEW and take part in Prove it!


How do I get involved?

 Take part in Prove it in four easy steps.

1. Film or create a 30-second video or animation explaining any aspect of our world in motion. Remember to come up with a catchy title!

2. Upload and register your video here or if you are from a school on Films for Learning

3. Wait for 24 hours then watch your video and vote for the videos you like best on our You Tube Channel.*

4. Keep liking and rating videos and wait to hear if you are a winner! The videos with the most likes/ highest Films for Learning ratings will be shortlisted for the final judgment from our celebrity panel!


*You can rate videos on Films for Learning

You have until midnight on 19th March 2012 to get your entries in!

What could I win?!

We have some fantastic prizes for the best videos in a number of different categories.  For schools there are class visits to The Natural History Museum and the AirKix indoor Sky diving centres up for grabs and for anyone over the age of 16 there are three camcorders up for grabs; a Sony Handycam DCR-SR58E Camcorder for the talented First Prize winner and two Panasonic HX-DC1 (White) Upright Full-HD Camcorders for two runners up

The overall winner (from any age category) may even be mentioned on BBC's Bang Goes the Theory !