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Oregon CSLP Teen Video Challenge 

 

Voting will happen between March 7th and March 14th, 2018

 

You could win $150 plus an award for your library.  State winners will be shared with libraries across the country and used to promote Summer Reading.  Your video could inspire readers everywhere!

For tips and resources, go to:

Collaborative Summer Library Program (CLSP) Teen Video Challenge
tips and resources PDF

Questions?   Email [email protected]

 

 

ELIGIBILITY:  

The “2018 Teen Video Challenge” for OREGON is open only to legal U.S. residents who are residents of OREGON aged 13-18. Participants are ineligible if directly related to the panel of judges for the contest. By participating, entrants agree to be bound by these Contest Rules.

Each participant or group may submit one amateur video per entry.  Each entry must include signed model release form(s).  All submissions must be received by March 5th, 2018. Late entries will not be accepted. A DVD of the video will be requested from the winner. 

 

 

 

TERMS and CONDITIONS: 

All audio and artwork must be created by the entrant or be in the public domain and must be specified as such on the entry form.  CSLP (and all CSLP member affiliates) have permission to use the “2018 Teen Video Challenge” submissions, including all work created and all intellectual property embodied therein, as per the Contest Release form.

 

 

 

VIDEO CRITERIA for ACCEPTANCE:

All videos must:

  • Be 30 to 90 seconds of amateur video.
  • Promote the idea of using public libraries and reading.
  • Include your interpretation of the 2018 CSLP theme music and the slogan “LIBRARIES ROCK!
  • Be designed for use at ANY library.
  • Be appropriate for viewing by audiences of ALL AGES.

 Video will be judged on the following criteria

  • Creativity
  • Message clarity and relevance
  • Motivation and inspiration
  • Overall impact

 Questions?  Ask your local public librarian!

 

 

 

HOW to ENTER:  

1. Find the tips and resources PDF from CSLP for completing the Teen Video Challenge.

2. Create your video.

3. Title your video with: “2018 TVC - [State Abbreviation] - [Unique Name].”  Please choose a name that does not include your real name.

4. Upload your video to YouTube.com or Vimeo.com.

5. Fill out and get signatures for your completed Entry Form AND Model Release form(s).

6. EMAIL scans of the completed & signed forms (entry form AND all model release forms) by March 5th, 2018 to: [email protected]

Or mail completed forms to be received by March 5th, 2018 to: 

2018 TVC c/o K’Lyn Hann

Newberg Public Library

503 E. Hancock St

Newberg, OR  97132

7. Voting will take place via the OYAN membership between March 7th and March 14th, 2018. Teens are welcome to cast their votes, too.  Please contact your local Public Librarian for teen voting options or email us at [email protected].  Entries will be posted in this year’s Playlist on the Oregon TVC channel on YouTube.  All votes, and the TVC Video Criteria, will determine the Oregon Teen Video Challenge winner!

Late entries will not be considered.

 

 

 

All Oregon public, volunteer, and tribal libraries are members of CSLP.  Their membership is supported by the Oregon Library Association and paid for by the Institute of Museum and Library Services through the Library Services and Technology Act, administered by the Oregon State Library.

OYAN (Oregon Young Adult Network) is a division of the Oregon Library Association.  OYAN exists to provide a network for communications and growth among people who provide library services to teens, to increase awareness of teen library services in the state of Oregon, and to promote cooperation between school and public libraries. www.olaweb.org

CSLP (Collaborative Summer Library Program) is a grassroots consortium of states and member affiliates working together to provide high-quality summer reading program materials for public libraries.  www.cslpreads.org

   
 
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