Projects in this category can be developed from various non-multimedia application programs such as desktop publishing, word processing, spreadsheets, databases or any other non-multimedia software.
Hard copies of projects may be displayed at original size to show the judges, but no large displays are allowed.
Software may include, but not limited to:
File Maker Pro
- compelling charts and graphs
- cross-referenced tables
- digital desktop publishing products (booklets, books, brochures, etc...)
- graphic organizers
- organizational charts
- annotated timelines
student-created non-multimedia work example 1
- For students who want to generate documents and spreadsheets online, Google has instructions for using Docsand Sheets
- Technology director and instructor, Steve Ignacio's K5 Computer Lab shares ideas and activities for teaching students how to create all kinds of non-multimedia products: word processing documents, spreadsheets, brochures, and much more.
- Eastern North Carolina Instructional Technology Specialist Lauren Boucher kindly shares Totally Awesome Things to Do with Spreadsheets in the Classroom. Still need a few more ideas? Lauren can easily describeMore Totally Awesome Things to do with Spreadsheets in the Classroom.
- Many Microsoft Office applicationslend themselves to the creation of non-multimedia products:
- Access: there are many reasons to use Access as well as online training resources and courses
- Excel: as with Access, there are a number of uses for Excelas well as a Microsoft training course by Judi Hurlock
- Publisher: is a useful tool for creating documents from a wide variety of templates
- Word: take a few minutes and watch training courses to see why, although it's a word processor, this product is still a handy means of creating all manner of documents