[WINNER ANNOUNCED] [GIVEAWAY] Win a Lenovo IdeaPad L3i!


WINNER ANNOUNCEMENT:

Thank you to everyone who entered into our very first LenovoEDU Community Competition! With all the amazing entries it's been tough to select a winner...

 

Congratulations to Caitlin Mills! 

We loved your response on how you’ve utilised Youtube and other sources of knowledge to build on your skillset for your law degree! We would love to hear if those methods of persuasion worked and you are now a proud dog owner! Laughing

 

But that's not all... we think there are a number of runner up submissions that are worthy of a notable mention! Congratulations to Anthea-Jackson Rushford and Robert Kibuuka – both of your entries really impressed us with your approach to taking an hobby/interest and turning it into something amazing! We have some Smart Clocks on their way to say thanks!

 

A big congratulations to the winner and runner ups - please keep an eye out for a direct message from us so we can get your prize to you. Check out other responses below and give 'em a thumbs up if they resonate with your experiences!

 

Keep an eye out in our Community for the next competition! What would you want to see from us next? Or what kind of prize you would you like the chance to win?


We are excited to announce our very first LenovoEDU Community competition!

 

We are giving away a brand new Lenovo IdeaPad L3i 15” laptop and, to win, we want to know what you have been up to. With the emergence of COVID-19, we have had to adapt to a new way of learning. There have been many new and innovative tools, apps and programs to help us all better ourselves while staying safe.

To win, we want to know how you’ve developed your knowledge and/or skills during this time – it could be a new skill or hobby you’ve picked up, a technique that you’ve learnt to master, or even a lifestyle change that you have perfected as you adapt to a new normal.  

To enter:

  • Sign up to our mail list – you can make sure you’re on the list by visiting your Settings in the top right hand corner and making sure Enable email contact is ticked.
  • Comment on this thread below with your answer to the following question:

How have you developed your knowledge or learnt new skills during the pandemic?

(bonus points for sharing an interesting fact you’ve learnt relating to your new skill!)

 

Make sure you are logged in and have joined this Study Zone forum group in order to post/comment.

From there we’ll pick our favourite response to receive a brand new Lenovo IdeaPad L3i 15” laptop! Get in quick, entries close Aug 15th 11.59PM AEST.

Competition open to AU residents only. For more information, see the terms and conditions here.

 

We can't wait to see what you have to share - Good luck!

Parents
  • Well, procrastination has always been a big problem of mine, and even more so during the pandemic where you’re kinda left to your own devices and your inner Snorlax takes over. 

    So Pomodoro is one of the study techniques that I recently used to set myself back on track. It's a technique where you study for a set period of time and have a break in between and one of the things I learned is that like any addiction, it’s better to start off with a small study time because that way you’re less likely to give up. And if you have no will power like me, you can also use internet blocker like Cold Turkey and DF-tube in conjunction with the Pomodoro technique, that way you can’t opt-out even if you wanted to.

    Lastly, as a cautionary tale, don’t study on your bed especially when it’s cold, because you are more inclined to finish that “Netflix tv show” and ended up having to pull an all-nighter to finish your homework Disappointed.

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  • Well, procrastination has always been a big problem of mine, and even more so during the pandemic where you’re kinda left to your own devices and your inner Snorlax takes over. 

    So Pomodoro is one of the study techniques that I recently used to set myself back on track. It's a technique where you study for a set period of time and have a break in between and one of the things I learned is that like any addiction, it’s better to start off with a small study time because that way you’re less likely to give up. And if you have no will power like me, you can also use internet blocker like Cold Turkey and DF-tube in conjunction with the Pomodoro technique, that way you can’t opt-out even if you wanted to.

    Lastly, as a cautionary tale, don’t study on your bed especially when it’s cold, because you are more inclined to finish that “Netflix tv show” and ended up having to pull an all-nighter to finish your homework Disappointed.

Children