Add to EJ Playlist StudentCam is C-SPAN's annual video documentary competition for middle and high school students. This year's theme is "Washington, DC, Through My Lens." This video explains what the theme means and what you should do to get started on your StudentCam video.
Add to EJ Playlist C-SPAN's StudentCam is an annual national video competition for middle and high school students. Students are required to use C-SPAN programming within their documentary. Watch this short video with C-SPAN's Education Department's Craig McAndrew describing how to use the StudentCam website to find easily downloadable C-SPAN footage.
Add to EJ Playlist StudentCam is an annual national video competition for middle and high school students. We ask them to critically analyze an issue that interests them in a documentary format. This year's question is, "Washington, DC, Through my Lens" Tell us about an event or issue that better helped you understand the role of the federal government in your life or community. Total of $50,000 in cash. Grand Prize $5,000. More info at studentcam.org
Add to EJ Playlist First Lady Michelle Obama talked to C‑SPAN and a group of students at the White House today about one of her signature initiatives "Let's Move" - fighting childhood obesity in America. She joined a LIVE Town Hall with C‑SPAN StudentCam First Prize winner Matthew Shimura and takes calls from other students who submitted StudentCam videos about obesity.