AUGUSTA — Photographs by 19 middle- and high-school students were chosen to be computer screen savers for 70,000 laptops used in Maine schools.

The winning images were selected from nearly 400 entries in a statewide online competition. The laptops are part of the Maine Learning Technology Initiative.

The winners were recognized last month at the annual MLTI Student Conference, which drew more than 1,000 students and teachers to the University of Maine in Orono.

The following photographs were selected: “All Star” by Lindsey Purpura, Yarmouth High School, Grade 11; “Aqua” by Kelly Normand, Noble Middle School, Grade 8; “Autumn Bliss” by Lindsey Purpura, Yarmouth High School, Grade 11.

Also, “Burst of Autumn” by Erick Schadler, Jordan Small Middle School, Grade 8; “Collage” by Nate Arbitrario, Lewiston Middle School, Grade 8; “Colour Me Beautiful” by Samantha Hall, Yarmouth High School, Grade 12.

Also, “Dew” by Jonas Oppenheim, Yarmouth High School, Grade 12; “Fall” by Emily Drummond, Freeport High School, Grade 12; “Fire and Ice” by Adrian Baker, Freeport High School, Grade 12; “Flower” by Melanie Jackson, Bangor High School, Grade 12.

Also, “Flowers and Shadows” by Emily Gauthier, Brunswick High School, Grade 11; “Golden Umbrella” by Mark Lightbody, Middle School of the Kennebunks, Grade 7; “Lyrical Dance” by Dayna LaPorte, Skowhegan Middle School, Grade 8.

Also, “Rain Drops” by Sam Askins, Bangor High School, Grade 12; “Reflection” by Rachel White, Yarmouth High School, Grade 11; “Star” by Marie Jarowicz, Middle School of the Kennebunks, Grade 8.

Also, “Sugarloaf” by Catherine Pellegrini, Cape Elizabeth Middle School, Grade 6; “The Pool” by Kersti Bayne, Freeport Middle School, Grade 8; “Winding Road” by Maggie Ditre, Maranacook High School, Grade 12.