International Learning Sciences Students Association (ILSSA) Logo Competition Reminder

The International Learning Sciences Student Association (ILSSA) is looking for a new face and invites submissions for the ILSSA Logo Competition!

The logo should capture the essence of ILSSA within the International Society of Learning Sciences (ISLS). ILSSA aims to support and develop the intellectual, social, and professional development of undergraduate and graduate students in the field of Learning Sciences and within ISLS.

Logos must be emailed as an attachment to Tugce Aldemir, [email protected] with the subject line: ILSSA Logo Competition by June 1, 2020, midnight in Pacific Time. In the email, applicants should include: Full Name, Email Address, Affiliated Institution and Logo Design(s). After submission each applicant will receive an email confirmation. The logos can be submitted in any image format. The logo should incorporate the abbreviation (ILSSA) and/or the full name. The submissions will be anonymized and will then be open to a vote by learning sciences students, like you!

The winner will receive a letter of recognition from the ILSSA and ISLS, and will be recognized at the official ILSSA launch event, via social media, and through official ISLS channels. Questions should be directed to Tugce Aldemir, ILSSA Interim Communication Officer, at [email protected].

ILSSA will coordinate with the winner to finalize the design and obtain the source files (e.g. .PSD, .EPS, .ES, .AI, .PS, .SVG, etc.) once announced. Be mindful the logo should be usable or have separate versions for vertical and horizontal formats.

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