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Publications and Media Showcase Awards
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Only one submission per institution is allowed per publication and media showcase award categories. Each institution can submit up to three categories. Only current NODA members may submit an entry.
 
Outstanding Brochure and Booklet 
This award includes brochures, information pieces, and booklets that outline, depict, or describe the orientation, transition, and retention program or for special populations or welcome week programs. A brochure or booklet would be considered a small publication or pamphlet, mostly containing the highlights of the orientation or welcome week program. Publications must be 50 pages or less to be considered for this category. Handbooks can be color, gray, or black and white. 
 
Outstanding Handbook 
This award includes a book-type publication that outlines the program, activities, academic, and items of interest specifically for new students. (Note: daily, weekly, or monthly academic planners do not classify as handbooks). Handbooks must be 50 pages or more to be considered for this category. Handbooks can be color, gray, or black and white. 
 
Outstanding Publication for New Students or Family Members 
This award includes publications that are given out directly to new students and/or family members during the year or orientation program. Calendars or handouts or newsletters will be considered as long as they are directly associated with either new students and/or family members. 
 
Outstanding Use of Theme 
This award consists of all the ways a theme is used within an orientation program. The consistency and originality in the use of theme in orientation, transition, and retention for the overall orientation program and publications will be critiqued. Theme should be submitted with a 500 word (maximum) essay detailing how the theme was used during orientation. Submission can also include photos of publications/programs, t-shirts, website examples, etc. that were used during their orientation programming.
 
Outstanding Non-Print Media or Emerging Technologies 
This award will include all videos, slide shows, or computer technologies that outline orientation programs, activities, academics, or items of interest for new students. Submission includes a copy or link to the non-print media/emerging technologies entry, either with a website link or a YouTube link, and a 500 word (maximum) submission to clarify how the piece was used in the orientation program. 

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