TheBigThink: Your Ticket to Campus Party Europe in Berlin
Campus Party, Telefonica O2 and more than a hundred universities throughout the EU, under the patronage of the European Commission are developing "TheBigThink," a project that makes access to the event easier, and creates the foundation of the ideas we will work on to build a better Europe.
"We are looking to identify thousands of ideas for the European Digital Agenda and, for that, we're counting on you, the campuseros."
The creators of the 5,000 best ideas submitted will be invited to attend the biggest technology festival in the world, completely free, including: transportation, entry ticket and accommodation.
How can you participate?
- Think about the best idea for the European Digital Agenda, can you fit it in a tweet? Great. Otherwise, write a short blog post explaining your idea or record a video and upload it to YouTube, Vimeo, etc.
- Between May 15th and June 15th tweet your idea, with the geolocation option on, in which you must include:
- General hashtag #I4DA
- Specific hashtag about the category of your idea:
- A short description of your idea
If your idea doesn't fit in 140 characters you can also provide a link to a blog post or a short video explaining your proposal.
For more details please see the flyer below or watch the video.
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Story supplied by LU Press Office
Wed 27 November 2013