Create any website, app, or API that helps improve education.

72 Hours of Hacking

It begins 1/4 at 9pm (Pacific Time) and ends 1/7 (72 hours total)

Communicate Through Slack

Slack will be used for all official hackathon communications. For new users, please make a Slack account and join the #hackathons channel. Use the channel to introduce yourself, look for a team, or ask questions. 

How to Hackathon Infosession 

Description: Learn best practices and beginner's advice, meet others participating in the Winter Hackathon, and form teams!

Date: 1/4/2018  6pm PST

Location: Webex

 

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Eligibility

The Hackathon is open to individuals who are members of the OSU Hackathon Club. Participation in the Hackathon constitutes Participant’s full and unconditional agreement to and acceptance of these Terms and Conditions (“Terms”). The term “you” refers to you, and may be used interchangeably with, the “Participant”.

How to enter

  1. Sign-Up
  2. Find a team on the #hackathons channel
  3. Add your team roster to the Team List
    Teams must consist of 2 to 4 people
  4. Post project proposals to Slack by 1/4/18 11:59pm PST     
    Team name
    Project description
    Technologies you will use
    If you're still looking for team members and # of spots open ( max 4 people per team)
  5. Post project submissions to Slack by 1/7/18 9pm PST:
    Team name
    Project title
    Description
    Link to finished project
    Github URL

Judges

OSU Hackathon Club

Judging Criteria

  • Technical difficulty
  • Presentation
  • Usefulness
  • Creativity