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  • Mega Spiders – Ages 4-12 years | JuniorSpiders
    years Creative Web Coding Creative Web Coding Grand Prix Grand Prix Best Group Project Best Group Project Best Individual Project Best Individual Project Judges Name About this judge Lorem Ipsum is simply dummy text of the printing and typesetting industry Lorem Ipsum has been the industry s standard dummy text ever since the 1500s when an unknown printer took a galley of type and scrambled Read more Close About the

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  • Giga Spiders – Ages 13-15 years | JuniorSpiders
    Project Best Individual Project Best Individual Project Best Concept Best Concept Grand Prix Grand Prix Suíomh is fearr Best Irish Website Suíomh is fearr Best Irish Website Best Web Design Best Web Design Judges Name About this judge Lorem Ipsum is simply dummy text of the printing and typesetting industry Lorem Ipsum has been the industry s standard dummy text ever since the 1500s when an unknown printer took a

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  • Tera Spiders – Ages 16-19 years | JuniorSpiders
    Grand Prix Grand Prix Best Digital Game Best Digital Game Best Mobilized App Best Mobilized App Suíomh is fearr Best Irish Website Sponsored by Foras na Gaeilge Suíomh is fearr Best Irish Website Sponsored by Foras na Gaeilge Best Web Design Best Web Design Best Concept Best Concept Judges Name About this judge Lorem Ipsum is simply dummy text of the printing and typesetting industry Lorem Ipsum has been the

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  • Competition Rules | JuniorSpiders
    will be a winner in each category in each year group as well as an overall Grand Prix winner in each age group Year groups Mega Spiders Aged between 4 12 years old Giga Spiders Aged between 13 15 years old Tera Spiders Aged between 16 19 years old Individual and groups Entrants may enter as an individual or as a group Students entering in groups must be from the same age group If entrants are shortlisted for a category they are invited to attend the awards with up to 2 other students and up to 2 teachers parents supervisors In the case that a large group have all taken part in creating the website then up to 3 individuals and 2 teachers parents supervisors may represent the group if shortlisted What to enter All entries must be made online A fully functioning website and completed entry form needs to be submitted for each entry All entries are in English except for the Best Irish Website category The individual group entering must complete the majority of the project Help is allowed but the entrant must understand all the work that is being done All work entered must belong to the entrant Copyright infringements will be taken very seriously Further rules If an individual group enters a website into an unsuitable category the judges will have the right to move it to its appropriate category Teacher Supervisor Parents names must be included on the entry form in order to be the point of contact for each entry Entries received after the closing date will not be accepted Judges decisions are final The information provided will be used by the Junior Spiders Awards for the sole purpose of processing the application for feedback and for contacting you in relation to the competition

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  • FAQs | JuniorSpiders
    of the different age groups click here Why enter It s great fun to design your own website or web app and it is also a very useful skill to have There will be influential business people from the technology and web industry at the awards and it will be great to put on your CV How do I enter Choose which category you wish to enter then fill out the online entry form All entries need to have your teacher parent supervisors contact name and number or the entry will not qualify Do not post in your entry all entries are sent in online Is there a cost to enter No it is free to enter the awards What are the categories for the awards Please see the categories page for full descriptions and criteria Can I enter in multiple categories Yes a website may be entered into as many categories as it is applicable to However if the judges feel that your entry would fit more appropriately into another category they may decide to move it as to give you the best chance of winning Is there a limit to the number of categories a school CoderDojos Education Centers can enter No there is no limit Schools CoderDojos Education Centres can also enter any given category as many times as they like When is the opening closing date for entries Entries are closed How does the judging process work There is a panel of judges that will assess each entry based on a list of criteria They will then create a shortlist of the top entries and then announce the winner at the awards ceremony Our panel of judges provide a spectrum of expertise in areas covering web design education and ICT When and where will the awards

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  • Privacy Policy | JuniorSpiders
    for specific service s Visitors to this site can register for the following Sign up for news and alerts from the eir Junior Spider awards Entry to any of the categories General contact with the eir Junior Spiders team Personal information collected by this web site may be transferred to other employees of the Moranna Ltd and those involved in the judging process where it is necessary to meet the purpose for which the information was submitted Disclosure to Third Parties Moranna Ltd does not collect or compile personal data or information obtained by its site for dissemination or sale to outside parties for consumer marketing purposes or host mailings on behalf of third parties Data Amendments and Retention Information collected from visitors to the site will be kept in order to provide the required service and also contact information in relation to future Junior Spider awards Should you require your information to be updated amended or deleted from our records please contact in ju sp rs outlining your requirements Security www juniorspiders ie has implemented accepted standards of technical measures and security policies that protect the personal data it has under its control Unfortunately no data transmission over the internet can be guaranteed as secure Therefore while we aim to protect your personal information we cannot ensure and provide no warranty for the security of information you transmit to us Information sent to us is provided at your own risk In order to reduce risk information sent to us regarding nominations is held on a secure site Cookies Cookies are used on some areas of our site A cookie is a small unique text file that is saved on your hard drive and allow the site to store tokens of information in your browser It gives your browser an

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  • The Judges | JuniorSpiders
    from small scale developments to major international programmes Teacher and lecturer he has also worked as Dept of Education ICT Advisor to 300 primary and post primary schools in Dublin and Wicklow Pat is Director of Blackrock Education Centre which has responsibility for local teacher professional development in South Dublin as well as administering a number of national education programmes His area of interest is the effective use of appropriate technology to enhance learning and encouraging school use of 21st century learning techniques Show Me Pat Seaver Naoise Ó Conchubhair Naoise is a senior designer and front end web developer at branding agency Creative Inc He currently oversees the company s web output as well as working on a variety of other typographic print and branding projects for clients such as Bloomberg Cartoon Saloon Element Pictures the National Craft Council and the Irish Film Board Prior to his current role Naoise worked for web agency Arekibo where he had the opportunity to work with notable clients including ESB DAA RTÉ and the Department of the Taoiseach Naoise is also continually engaged with design education and has given a number of talks and lectures on the topic at various events and institutions He is a graduate of the National College of Art and Design where he received a degree in Visual Communication having also spent time studying at the University of Applied Science in Lahti Finland He is a past winner of the Young Designer of the Year Award at the Golden Spiders Follow Naoise on Twitter misenaoise Show Me Naoise Ó Conchubhair Dr Declan Tuite Dr Declan Tuite is a lecturer and researcher in the School of Communications in DCU His main focus in DCU are the MSc and Bsc in Multimedia Declan has a background in production having worked in studio and live as a sound engineer research and development in interactive TV and Web services before taking up a teaching role in DCU 2001 His main research interests include production methodologies for new media algorithmic composition and the creation of responsive media systems His teaching covers three main strands multimedia authoring new media and society web development Declan is currently researching his PhD around eParticipation and Inclusion He is looking at the effects of Internet use on Social Capital His research focuses on the mix of relationships and interactions carried out both online mediated and in face to face situations Show Me Dr Declan Tuite Anna Davitt Anna Davitt is Communications Marketing and Awareness Manager at Foras na Gaeilge which is responsible for the promotion of Irish throughout the island of Ireland Anna is currently developing a suite of websites including a new portal site which will raise awareness about Irish language services and resources Previously Anna was Head of Irish at Hibernia College Ireland s e learning teacher education college Between 2007 and 2011 Anna was Director of Comhar na Múinteoirí Gaeilge a support organisation for teachers who are teaching Irish or through the medium of Irish

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  • Fun Stuff | JuniorSpiders
    can get a glimpse into what to expect from the next eircom Junior Spiders If you enter this year s eircom Junior Spider Awards you could see how your name and picture in national and regional papers In our News Articles section you can see last year s winners who appeared in the media Don t know where to start with your website No need to worry we ve compiled

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