If you’re looking for opportunities to take your students’ videos to beyond the classroom, check out this contest from the Digital ID project. But act fast – entries are due this Friday, May 4, at midnight:
Digital Citizenship PSA Contest
Tell us/show us, as a (digital) citizen, how you exercise your rights and act responsibly.
To help make your declaration public, we’ve created an online opportunity. Check it out!
(Up to) 90-Second Video Contribution
All students in grades 4-12 are warmly invited to contribute a video to our Digital Citizenship PSA Challenge Contest. Teachers may submit up to 3 student-generated videos. The rules are simple:
- Video must address authentic issues relevant to digital citizenship (cyberbullying, intellectual property, digital footprint, protecting privacy)
- Video must be appropriate for a mixed audience (from grade level to school board)
- Video must follow appropriate copyright guidelines
For more information on the contest, along with guidelines to help building an award-winning PSA, visit the Digital ID – PSA Challenge page.
Winning entries will be showcased on both the Digital ID wiki and this blog.
If you know of other PSA opportunities for students to share their thoughts on topics of digital citizenship, please leave a comment.