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Individual public library employees from member states are encouraged to register. Only registered members have access to the "extras" that will enhance your summer reading program including the online catalog, graphics, signing videos, PSAs and so much more. Register today, and find out what you've been missing!
NOTE: If you are affiliated with a school (librarian, PTA, administrator, teacher, etc.) please contact your local public library for a copy of the School Order form for the 2013 Summer Reading program. If you do not have a local public library please contact Karen Day (866-657-8556)
Below are links to resources to help you create your video.
2012 Teen Video Challenge Winning Videos
Public Domain Resources
25+ Sources for Creative Commons Content from Mashable.com
Creative Commons - Images
Creative Commons - Video
Creative Commons - Audio
Copyright Explained – Answers the question "Can I Use It?"
Copyright Guidelines for Students from http://www.ncwiseowl.org/zones/copyright/Student_Guidelines.html
"Yes, you can!" –Where you don't even need 'fair use" (Center for Social Media) http://www.centerforsocialmedia.org/sites/default/files/free_use_1.pdf
Copyright and Fair Use (U.S. Copyright office)
What is copyright? Does it matter how much of a song or video I use? What is attribution? Hover your pointer over a student for a question. [requires Shockwave Flash]
Basic information on copyrights, useful links, and copyright quiz (The Copyright Society of the U.S.A.)
Closed Captioning - Steps to provide captions to your video so others can read what you say.
Add and edit subtitles at You Tube https://www.google.com/support/youtube/bin/answer.py?answer=100077
"Automatic Captions in YouTube Demo"
YouTube Has Recently Rolled Out a Closed Caption Beta Version (Demo)