CoSN Launches Digital Equity Video Challenge

CoSN’s new Digital Equity Video Challenge urges students in grades 6-12 to submit a short video that raises awareness around digital equity.
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CoSN today issued a homework assignment for students this school year: shine a spotlight on digital equity.

CoSN’s new Digital Equity Video Challenge urges students in grades 6-12 to submit a short video that raises awareness around digital equity. The challenge will run until January 19, 2017.

Students can create a public service-type announcement, up to one minute in length, or a mini-documentary that is up to four minutes in length. Additional guidelines include:

  • Videos must be created and posted on YouTube by students enrolled in grades 6-12 for the 2016-2017 school year;
  • Videos may be submitted by individual students or groups of students;
  • All video content must be original, copyright free, or used with permission for YouTube viewing; and
  • Competition is open to students in the United States and Canada.

The winning students will be honored at the CoSN 2017 Annual Conference in Chicago, IL, as well as at the ASCD 2017 Conference in Anaheim, CA. Visit the digital equity website for more details.

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