Winners from within the continental U.S. will take home The Complete National Geographic (winners from outside the continental U.S. will receive a prize of equal value)! The Complete National Geographic allows you to browse more than 122 years of National Geographic magazine–the articles, photographs, and maps–exactly as they appeared in print. Now updated to include 2010 issues, the definitive collection of every issue of National Geographic magazine is digitally reproduced in high resolution. Use the visual interface to explore a topic, find photographs, browse the globe, or wander on your own expedition. Includes bonus DVD featuring the history of the National Geographic Society. Requires Windows® 7/Vista/XP/2000 or Mac® OS X v10.4 or later. Internet access required for some features.
Geography Awareness Week 2011 will feature a daily satellite imagery quiz challenging readers to identify the geographic location of a GeoEye satellite image. In order to participate, fans of National Geographic Education have 24 hours after each post is published to guess the location of the satellite image and and e-mail their answer to NatGeoEd@ngs.org (Submissions must include the following to be entered to win: “GeoEye Quiz” in the subject line, first and last name, complete mailing address, and the correct answer in the body of the email). Daily images and clues will be shared via Facebook, Twitter, and the My Wonderful World blog Monday through Friday of Geography Awareness Week. All correct submissions for each day will be entered into a drawing for a prize, and one winner will be selected at random each day. Readers will have five chances to win an amazing prize valued at $79.95!
Check Back this afternoon for your first chance to compete in the GeoEye Image Quiz!