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WELCOME T
O THE GHS LIBRARY ONLINE
PROFICIENCY BASED LEARNING STUDENT SURVEY   TEACHER SCRIPT FOR SURVEY

Do you LOVE your library?

Do you think GHS Library

helps students succeed?

Help us feel the love and share the success by creating a winning video for the YALSA (that's Young Adult Library Services Association)

TEENS SUCCEED WITH LIBRARIES VIDEO CONTEST.

The details:


YALSA is looking for creative video entries that compellingly demonstrate to the general public how teens make use of 21st century libraries, programs and staff in order to succeed in school and prepare for college, careers and life. Winners will be announced no later than June 1, 2016. The top three entries will receive a box of books, audiobooks and graphic novels worth a minimum of $200. Examples of content may include, but are not limited to showing how teens use libraries to do things like get good grades, explore careers, pursue hobbies, plan for college, build digital skills, create stuff, connect with others, serve the community, become engaged citizens, etc.

Eligibility

*All music, images, art, animation, and/or video clips integrated into the video must be legally licensed either by obtaining the copyright holder’s permission, using materials licensed through Creative Commons licensing, or using entirely original content

*Videos may not be more than 1 minute in length

*Entries must be uploaded to YouTube no later than midnight, eastern, on May 1, 2016, and include the #act4teens hashtag

*Teen contestants must be 13 or older to register for Youtube and must have permission of a parent or guardian

Judging Criteria

*Meets all eligibility requirements outlined above

*Video content aligns with YALSA's vision for teen services as outlined in its Futures Report

*Images in videos are clear and serve to illustrate or enhance the overall message

*Audio is easy to hear and understand

*Overall content delivers a message or story that is compelling to the general public

*The video is memorable and creative

*Information in the video is current and accurate

TEACHERS: To request the use of library spaces and resources, including: 

Instructional support, Computer Lab A (26 desktop Macs), iPads, Library Computers (24 desktop Macs), Chromebooks, other technology items (LCD projector, External Disk Drives, TV, VCR/DVD player, OHP), books and/or web sources on a given topic please 

CLICK HERE TO SUBMIT A REQUEST !

Having trouble seeing the spreadsheet below?  Log in to your MSAD51 gmail or  Click here to see LIBRARY LABS & SPACES availability

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HELP!  I DON'T UNDERSTAND THE LIBRARY'S WEBSITE! (CLICK HERE)

STUDENTS:

Do you need to spend your study hall period in the library or computer lab?  

Please check the Library Spaces calendar (above) for the latest information on space and equipment availability, then come to the library and complete a pass that looks like this. You must get your pass early in the day to ensure that you will have a spot: