• Internet Applications

    Unlike old-fashion web sites and pages where people were limited to mainly looking at content, Web 2.0 applications allow us to interact with content and collaborate with others. Entries in this category have strength in their use on networks, either the World Wide Web or LANs (Local Area Networks). Examples of Web 2.0 application projects include interactive web pages/sites/blogs, chat rooms, interactive web-based games, and podcasts. A computer is required to display the project. Students may choose to use web-based applications such as
    • Dreamweaver
    • Wordpress
    • Weebly
    • Cloud9
    • Google Sites
    Students advancing to the state level should be prepared to show their project without Internet access. All links should be captured one level deep.
    You may have up to 2 people on a team but teams and individuals will compete against each other within each grade grouping. Regardless of the length of the project, judging time is 15 minutes. Judges may only view a portion of the actual project.
    Judges will use the Internet Applications category rubric as a guideline for exemplary characteristics of projects in this category. Students should use the rubric as a guide for what judges are looking for.