Net Literacy has a summer program that produces high school student-created 60-120 second videos to be used as safety training resources at schools and other youth-serving organizations.
We are seeking video topic suggestions from the members of this sage group so that we can increase the quality of the videos we produce. We'll also do our best to appropriately communicate the desired learning outcomes that you suggest in a way that is enaging to teens. A link to your blog or article that provides additional information will help us develop the video. If there are a couple most important points for the middle school and high school viewers to understand, we would appreciate you listing them. Please let us know how you would like us to credit you and site your work. E-rate related topics are especially appreciated.
Net Literacy (www.netliteracy.org) is a student-founded digital literacy/inclusion and nonprofit where 50% of the board of directors are students, and students are responsible for all of the service learning. The videos are part of our Safe Connects outreach (www.safeconnects.org).
Here are links to a few of last year's safety videos to give you an idea of their look and feel: