Student Video Contest

MACUL is partnering with Rushton Hurley to support a student video contest. This is an opportunity to have students create learning videos that can be shared with other students. What a great way to assess if a student understands a concept or lesson that also provides a worldwide audience for their work.

We are asking students to explain something one might encounter in school in 90 seconds or less, with another 60 seconds for credits showing that students used copyright-friendly content from media libraries identified in the rules.

The goals are to help students:
  • learn to use planning and revision to create compelling, fun learning videos
  • understand, properly use, and site Creative Commons-licensed material as part of their work.
  • create videos that could help other students learn topics that might prove challenging

All the details are at  

Deadline is February 26th.  

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