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Share What You Got!

This entry was posted on Thursday, February 4th, 2010

Three new student films on information sharing have been voted the best by a panel of new media experts, students, and librarians in the third annual Sparky Awards. Organized by SPARC (the Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition) and adopted by campuses everywhere, the Sparky Awards contest calls on entrants to creatively illustrate in a short video the value of openly sharing
ideas.

The winning videos offer another glimpse of the compelling student perspective on how open sharing fosters creativity, innovation, and solves problems. This year’s winners are:

GRAND PRIZE WINNER: Share what you’ve got

(http://www.vimeo.com/8006296).

Share What You’ve Got from Kazuyuki Ishii on Vimeo (Produced by Kazuyuki Ishii; sound and music by Jesse Cook – Savannah College of Art and Design).

RUNNER UP: Ideas come together

(http://www.vimeo.com/7921707)


ideas come together
from Dani Johnson on Vimeo ( Produced by Danielle Johnson  – Savannah College of Art and Design).

HONORABLE MENTION: Grow

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mp3JM5JyUkY

Produced by Lyle Hawthorne; music, “Colors all around me” (2009) by Hillary Chase. (Goucher College).

Our personal favorite?  The RUNNER UP: Ideas come together
(http://www.vimeo.com/7921707) exemplifies the goals behind the LITE sessions, including the light bulb logo!

VOTE NOW for the Sparky People’s Choice Award–Deadline is March 7, 2010!