Celebrate School Library Month in California with CSLA - Have Your Students Share How School Libraries Empower Them!
In celebration of National School Library Month this April, CSLA invites you to have your students create short films, digital posters, podcasts, or any other digital creation sharing how school libraries empower them. They can be completely student made, or creations that you make recording or featuring student voices. Please keep videos to approximately 30-90 seconds. Submit only work which you have student permission to share, for which you have parents' permission to have their children displayed online, and that you and the student creators are willing to have displayed on CSLA's website, shared by CSLA on other social media such as Twitter, and possibly included in a CSLA-produced multi-media presentation for advocacy and public relations purposes. Submit as many entries as you like, but you might also consider making this a school-wide library activity or contest to promote School Library Month and submit the best ones to us. Submissions are due as soon as possible, so that we can begin showcasing them on our website during School Library Month. We will begin sharing your work as it is submitted.
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Please upload your work to YouTube or another video site or to your Google Drive or Dropbox, make your work viewable by anyone with the link, then share it here. Be sure that this is work you have permission to share and that you or the student creator(s) grant CSLA permission to embed and/or link to on our website for advocacy purposes.
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