It's SNACK to School: A Library Info Scavenger Hunt!

Submitted by Durham Tech Library on

Hey, Durham Tech students, faculty, and staff? Want to win prizes just for learning more about your Library? 

Good news! Have we got the virtual scavenger hunt for you! 

Fill out the Durham Tech Library's SNACK to School Virtual Scavenger Hunt for for a chance to be entered in a drawing to win a gift basket full of Durham Tech and Durham Tech Library swag AND some snacks to get your first few weeks started off right. 

While the literal baskets will vary, the prize packs will not. Each basket contains a Durham Tech portfolio, Durham Tech drawstring bag, Durham Tech magnet, Durham Tech sticker, Durham Tech small cleaning cloth, Durham Tech pen (either green or orange), Durham Tech glass, Durham Tech Library fanny pack, Durham Tech Library aluminum water bottle, Durham Tech Library bookmarks, and SNACKS (tea and honey, 2 Brown Sugar Boba Milk Tea Mochi, 3 SunBerry Farms Organic Juice Drinks, 2 bags of Garden Veggie Straws, 3 Nature's Garden nut mixes, 3 Mott's Fruit-Flavored gummy snacks, 3 Loaker Mini Wafers--one each chocolate, vanilla, hazelnut).

There are 10 scored multiple choice questions about the Durham Tech Library for you to answer and you need to get an 8/10 in order to be eligible to be entered to win the one of the big prize baskets. Answers can be found on the Durham Tech Library homepage and pages linked to the Durham Tech Library homepage (Library FAQs, Tech Tools, etc.). Please do not use Chat to try to get the librarians to answer questions for you. 

Three student winners and two employee winners will be announced the week of August 28. 

Happy searching! Current students and employees on all campuses are eligible to enter.

General terms, conditions, and guidelines: The form closes Sunday, August 27 at 11:45 PM. All entries with at least 8/10 scored questions correct will be entered in a random number generator to select the prize winners. Current student and employee status will be verified before announcing prize winners. Collaboration is okay, but don't be a jerk about it.