Let the aspiring digital storytellers in your circle of influence know about this one: The Open Video Contest sponsored by Creative Commons the Fedora Project. Submitted videos must be:
- about freedom and openness
- 30 sec long
- released under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.5 License
- submitted by July 20th
There are a few more guidelines– but this looks great! I can’t wait to see the winners as well as other submissions. School is out in much of the northern hemisphere, but that doesn’t mean learning should or needs to stop! Game on, creative digital storytellers!
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On this day..
- YouTube Now Supports Creative Commons BY Video Licensing #playingwithmedia - 2011
- Explaining No-Edit Audio Recording Power with an AudioBoo from Pearl Harbor - 2011
- Dreams of Open, Wireless Broadband Access and High Speed Rural Connectivity - 2011
- Online video editing with Kaltura and Stroome - 2010
- Ready to webcast and podcast NECC 2009 and discuss K12Online09 at EduBloggerCon - 2009
- No Partnership for 21st Century Skills Speaker's Bureau Membership for me - 2009
- OKC Bombing, Underground Chinatown in Oklahoma, Veteran Stories, and an Amazing Adoption from Russia - 2009
- An Oklahoma, USA to Winnipeg, Canada Connection: Indian Jack Jacobs - 2009
- Copyright Resources from Temple University - 2008
- New TechEdge article - 2007