Saturday, April 16, 2011

Enter the Lenovo M90z Contest here on PhysicianMom.com

Here's your chance to win a free Lenovo M90z all-in-one PC that includes a 23" touch-screen! I'm running this contest from April 16 to April 20 here on PhysicianMom.com and we're giving away a brand new M90z that will be shipped to you at no charge.

Here are the rules for entry:
  1. Register on Facebook and "Like" the Physician Mom.com page. You can increase your chances of winning by "liking" these other Facebook pages (each additional "like" will qualify as an additional entry into the contest):
    1. Medicine and Technology
    2. Mobile Health Computing
    3. Medical Smartphones
    4. NonClinicalJobs
  2. Submit a single comment at the bottom of this blog post with the following information: 
    1. Your full name (which ought to be the same as your Facebook name).
    2. Why you hope to win the M90z touch-screen PC.
    Remember that you can qualify for up to 5 entries to win by "liking" all 5 of the Facebook pages listed above. This contest is open only to legal residents of the 50 United States and the District of Columbia who are 18 years of age or older at the time of entry.

    A single winner will be selected at random and announced on Monday April 25, 2011 and I plan to contact the winner through Facebook. An announcement about the winner will be posted by Friday April 29. There are 26 other blogs that are giving away an M90z, so increase your chance to win an M90z by entering in all the contests. You can find a list of those 26 websites here.

    35 comments:

    1. Andy Woodrow- I would use the computer in my fifth grade classroom as a great learning center; interactive and highly effective for hands on learners.

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    2. Tiffany Spronk - I would love to have this computer for the portability with children!

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    3. Debra Torrison - This would be a great addition to my HS Social Studies classroom because we don't have any student stations in the classroom and this would greatly enhance flexibility of instruction!

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    4. Cheryl Reeves- I would use this computer to enhance my nursing education also for my childrens learning.

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    5. Gina Clark- This would be an AWESOME tool to use with my 8th grade reading students. I have students of all abilities- from gifted learners to learning support, autism, etc. They love to integrate technology into authentic literacy projects, however, being in a small/rural district, we do not always have many resources. Thank you!

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    6. My students would love to add a Lenovo TouchScreen to our classroom. They would use it to practice skills with interactives, check their grades on edline, watch videos about specific content being studied, and complete projects to share their knowledge.

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    7. Janet Miller - My desire is to be health conscience but I am bad at it. I also like things that are free. Ps.. our computer still runs on dinosaur power and they are very lazy.

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    8. Ryan Cooper White
      This Lenovo computer would be the perfect complement to my classroom instruction and interaction in particular because of the unique capabilities provided by the touch screen.

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    9. Alice Yen- I've never won anything before! Since it's a touch screen, we could download apps for Tyler to use.

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    10. Sus Linch - Would love to win this to replace my aging and slow system. This would be a great tool to use to demonstrate content for my students.

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    11. Lori Rosenzweig Teixeira- I hope to win the M90z touch-screen PC, as it would be an excellent tool to enhance my technical skills on a home computer. I am unemployed during this tough time and rough economy. It would be sometime before I would be able to afford such a fine tool/PC.
      My computer is not current with touch screen technology standards therefore I am not up to date with the newest applications available due to memory and storage capabilities. This PC is an asset during my job search and possibly part of my re-education.

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    12. Vickie Bartlett

      I would like to set it up in the dining area and that way it would not only by me, but by my roommate. Since a stoke, she sometimes has a hard time with a mouse and keyboard and I think she would enjoy being able to use it.

      Personally, I think it would be cool to learn how to use it.

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    13. Janel Schafer
      I would love to win the Lenovo for my school's library. It would be a great resource for all students in the building, expecially those who have impaired vision or other disabilities.

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    14. Sheldon Campbell (Doc Sheldon on Facebook). I'm "retired", and work online for what passes as a living. Since my laptop died, and a 60 yr old man looks like an idiot sitting in an internet cafe with a bunch of teeny-boppers, this Lenovo would be most welcome on my desk.

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    15. Jeff Trudell - I would love to win the Lenovo so our family will have an easier time ALL multitasking in the evenings. Sharing computers in a "plugged-in" family is not easy. = )

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    16. Sally Seidel Paulding (on FB). My first comment might have been lost by me..sorry if its a repeat. :)

      I think that Lenovo M90z would be IDEAL for the autistic students I work with at my school. I am a speech language pathologist and unfortunately our school doesn't purchase this type of technology to use on a regular basis with them during therapy.

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    17. Kenneth Finnegan - I hope to win this M90z because I am often scrounging old computer hardware to help summer schools put together basic computer facilities for their students and teachers. To be able to give them NEW hardware would be outstanding.

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    18. Maria Janet Robles (Facebook): I teach in a rural school and do not have a computer in my classroom. A Lenovo touchscreen computer would be invaluable for my Pre-K and disabled students, for which using a keyboard is difficult. janetrobles@bellsouth.net

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    19. Nina Nichols Peery teaches technology in a computer lab for 340 third through fifth graders and would love to show them the newest technology!

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    20. I am Adam Clagg and would donate the computer to the children's ministry at our church.

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    21. George Guba

      I work with faculty in online learning and technology in the classroom. I think that the touch screen technologies would help with better integration with teaching and learning. I'm trying to start a pilot for the Nursing Dept in using mobile technology.

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    22. Rob Kuhtz - This great touchscreen computer would allow students in my class with dysgraphia (deficiency in the ability to write) to keep up with their work as audio programs traditionally haven't worked well with math work.

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    23. Jacob Lucas- I have to give back my school-issued laptop at graduation and need one for medical school--preferably without using loan money!

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    24. Sharon Schmidt (FB name: Rust Hawk) ...and I would use this system as my primary school computer; working toward my masters.

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    25. Dave Hinrichs
      I would like to have this system for my students to create screencasts of math lessons. The touchscreen would allow them to write out the problems and solve them on the screen.

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    26. Since so many movies and TV programs are becoming available online, I'd like to have a large-screen computer to watch them. I also have a tremor, which is likely to get worse as I get older (I'm 62 and use computers a lot, both personally and professionally), so being able to use a touchscreen would be easier for me than using a mouse.

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    27. Oops - forgot to put my full name in the message:
      Laura Harris - Since so many movies and TV programs are becoming available online, I'd like to have a large-screen computer to watch them. I also have a tremor, which is likely to get worse as I get older (I'm 62 and use computers a lot, both personally and professionally), so being able to use a touchscreen would be easier for me than using a mouse.

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    28. I thought I had posted to this one, but for some reason, I don't see it on here. If I am posting twice, I appologize. I would love to use this as a station in my math/STEM classroom. I am at a small private school, and resources are tight. I have no computers for student use in my room on a regular basis. Our laptop lab is 10 years old, so the computers can be used for word processing, but don't even try to get on the Web! I'd love to set up a station for students to research topics, practice math skills, and create presentations!

      From Kim Cluney

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    29. Paula Eldridge- Would like to have an opportunity to test one in my classroom so I can use the results to apply for grants to hopefully get a classroom set for my High School students. I teach Geometry and Psychology and can see the benefits for both classes.

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    30. Beth Looper - The Lenovo M90z ThinkCentre would allow my students to create and produce original, relevant, and interesting pieces as they learn the social sciences in my classroom. It will also provide another avenue of learning for my visual and kinesthetic learners. Finally, next year, I plan to teach at a private, yet struggling, Christian school and arriving with this computer would be a great asset!

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    31. Paul Perry - The Lenovo M90z Think Centre will provide my students an outstanding interactive tool to access the internet from.

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    32. Kristine Stewart - This computer would be wonderful to use with my students, especially those with fine motor issues. The computers in my room are ten years old, so this would be a wonderful update!

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    33. I'm trying to be an example in my school district for the possibilities of tools and apps that increase technology integration, problem-based learning opportunities, and student engagement in their own learning. The Lenovo would help me reach that goal. Also, my students would enjoy the chance to "go global" by Skyping with children in other areas of the world. Thanks for the opportunity!

      [I really don't feel comfortable leaving my full name on a blog and hope that doesn't disqualify my entry. http://tinyurl.com/3u2ookb]

      Donna

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    34. I would love a touch screen computer for my special needs preschool class. My students are Developmentally Delayed and many are on the Autism Spectrum. I work in a Title 1 school with limited funds and the addition of this computer would greatly benefit my students, thanks for the opportunity!

      Dina Tracy

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    35. I would love to win this computer for my three sons - my oldest son has Autism, Bipolar Disorder and Sensory Processing Disorder in addition to numerous learning disabilities. His learning and therapies would be greatly enhanced by a tool such as this!

      Thanks,
      Hartley Steiner

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