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"101's: A Guide to Positive Discipline," a video training tool based on the research of Early Childhood Education Chair Katharine Kersey and produced by Old Dominion's Distance Learning office, recently received its third award, the Aegis Video and Film Production Award within the Training and Education production category.

The Aegis Award judging is based on a complex formula which grades the various elements of the production (such as video shooting, editing, use of music). Entrants are judged by previous Aegis Award winners from the video and film industry.

The Aegis Awards -- the only competition that features true peer judging by fellow producers, directors, cameramen, editors, and other professionals who work in the video/film industry every day -- is one of the oldest and most respected video/film production contests in the United States.

Now in its 16th year, the Aegis Awards has established itself as a leading competition for professional video and film makers. The mission of the Aegis Awards competition is to provide a forum to recognize the people and organizations responsible for developing some of the most effective video/film productions being produced today.

This article was posted on: July 13, 2005

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