Ethics in Action: Ethics Video Contest


Challenging all Illinois NSSLHA University Chapters!

ISHA’s Ethics Education Committee is announcing the first-ever Ethics Video Contest.

What is the Ethics Video Contest?

Each Illinois NSSLHA University Chapter is invited to submit one video that responds to the following ethical prompt:

  • Centered around an ethical dilemma that a novice audiologist or speech-language pathologist may face with the various social media platforms available, participants must adhere to the following criteria:
    • Submit a maximum five-minute YouTube video that presents the ethical dilemma.
    • Highlight how the ethical dilemma applies to the 2016 ASHA Code of Ethics.
    • Include possible resolutions and/or recommendations for the specific ethical dilemma.
    • Submissions may be created via any online platform to maintain social distancing.
Contest Winners and Prizes
  • The winning NSSLHA Chapter submission will receive the following:
    • A $100.00 prize, courtesy of ISHA
    • A prize package that includes therapy materials for the university and more!
    • Published recognition in the ISHA Voice
  • All participating NSSLHA Chapters will receive a Certificate of Participation and recognition within the ISHA Voice.
Contest Rules and Procedures
  • Each Illinois NSSLHA University Chapter is allowed to submit one video entry.
  • Each participating Illinois NSSLHA University Chapter must complete and submit the contest submission form.
  • There is no limit to how many students can be involved in the submission.
  • Submissions must be original works created by each NSSLHA Chapter.
  • Each NSSLHA Chapter will submit its YouTube video link and the contest submission form to
  • Video contest submissions are due by Friday, December 4th 2020 at noon CST.
  • Each submission will be judged by a panel of ISHA members.
  • Entries will be judged on their response to the ethical prompt, creativity, and incorporation/reference to the 2016 ASHA Code of Ethics.
    • View the reviewer rubric here.
  • Winners will be notified via email by February 1st, 2021.
  • Please email with any questions.

CLICK HERE to access the Ethics Video Contest submission form.