2013 Paper and Website Finalists
- Junior Paper
- Senior Paper
- Junior Individual Website
- Junior Group Website
- Senior Individual Website
- Senior Group Website
IF YOU ARE NOT LISTED
COMMENT SHEETS AND PARTICIPATION CERTIFICATES
Paper and Website Competition Process
March 5, 2013: All research papers and websites are due at the Minnesota History Day office. This is not a postmark deadline!
Papers and websites do not compete alongside exhibits, documentaries and performances at the regional event due to the length of time needed to view and judge a paper or a website. The judging process goes like this:
- Papers and websites are mailed to the state History Day office in early March for a first level of judging.
- History Day staff sort the papers and websites into judging teams, and mail out the projects to teams of judges.
- Paper and website judges have about two weeks to review and judge the projects, and then they send their results back to the State History Day office, along with completed judge forms.
- History Day staff notify paper and website finalists.
- Finalists are allowed to make changes before submitting a final project back to the History Day office about three weeks before the state competition.
- The final projects are mailed to new teams of judges.
- Paper and website finalists are interviewed at the State competition.
Each school may enter as many papers or websites as they would like into the first level of judging. Each school must still complete the participation survey in January for both paper and website projects.
Important dates for paper and website students:
Tues., March 5: All papers and websites due at the Minnesota History Day office. ($12 State entry fee per student)
Fri., March 29: Paper and website finalists notified. If you are not chosen as a finalist, you will not be notified. Check the History Day website to confirm your status.
Tues., April 16: Finalist papers and websites due at the Minnesota History Day office. Students are encouraged to make changes based on feedback.
Sat., May 4: Finalists interviewed at the State History Day competition.
Having Website Issues?
If you are having difficulties with your website, or are unsure if you've created it in the correct format, please visit the National History Day Website Editor Issues page for help.