ISLP is pleased to announce the International Poster Competition for 2016-2017. The competition invites school students from around the world to design a statistical poster. The theme of the poster is your own country´s history. However, the posters should reflect or illustrate usage analysis, interpretation and communication of statistics or statistical information.
There will be a National competition within each country involved, followed by an International competition to determine the overall winners. These will be announced and the posters displayed at the 61th Congress of the ISI in Marrakech in Morocco during July 2017.
The registration has now begun. The competition is open to teams of 2 to 3 students. There are two categories
- students born in 2000 and younger
- students born in 1997 and younger
Teams are registered by teachers. Teachers will inform the country coordinator of their home country of participants. The country coordinator informs Reija Helenius (email@example.com) of the amount of participants. If you don’t find your country’s coordinator from this list please inform ISLP director Reija.Helenius@stat.fi.
The ISLP team wishes everybody good luck for the competition!
Timetable, Information and Guides
Note for country coordinators: winning posters from your national competition should be uploaded to the website by 24th March 2017.
Competition advert Finnish,English,Portuguese,Swedish
Competition flyer Finnish, English,Spanish,Portuguese,Italian
Competition rules Finnish, English,Spanish,Portuguese,French,Swedish,Italian
Guidelines for making a statistical poster Finnish, English, Spanish, Portuguese,French,Swedish,Italian
Teachers’ notes Finnish, English,Spanish,Portuguese,Swedish,Italian
Participating countries and the number of participants
Jury - to be announced
Prizes - to be announced
Sponsors International competition: Technology Industries of Finland Centennial Foundation
For more information click "Further official information" below.
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