When students create digital stories, they can:
FINDS, Florida's Library Media Research Model, incorporates research skills that are imbedded in the Florida Standards and provides a framework for the application of these standards through a sequential research process. By making use of a wide range of learning resources and the collaborative efforts of the classroom teacher and school librarian, students learn inquiry-based skills that are applicable across disciplines. Consequently, students acquire the dispositions and competencies needed to function successfully in this demanding, information-intense, technology-driven world.
The Collaborative Summer Library Program (CSLP) has launched the 2017 Teen Video Challenge, a national video competition encouraging teens to get involved with reading and their public library's summer reading program. CSLP is a consortium of public libraries and state library agencies throughout the United States, its territories, and the Cayman Islands.
Teens across the country are invited to create a 30 to 90 second video with their unique interpretation of the 2017 slogan Build a Better World as it relates to reading and libraries. This is an opportunity for teens to display their creativity and have their ideas heard before a national audience.
Go to the Florida Library Youth Program page to learn more about Florida's CSLP 2017 Teen Video Challenge.
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