[kids-lib] CSLP: PSA Public Link
jmarie at cityofsalem.net
Tue Apr 30 16:22:13 PDT 2013
Below is the information about the Summer Reading PSA which is now
available from the CSLP Webpage. There is a link available to those who
do not have a login account for CSLP, which is particularly helpful for
giving to your local media to promote your Summer Reading program.
All Oregon public, volunteer, and tribal libraries are members of the
Collaborative Summer Library Program (CSLP), and receive a free summer
reading manual. To get the most out of your membership, create an
account on the CSLP website (http://www.cslpreads.org/) and you will be
able to access additional summer reading resources. CSLP membership dues
and manual fees are paid for by the State Library with LSTA funds.
Summer reading manuals are distributed by OLA*s Children*s Services
Division, and both CSD and OYAN members represent you on CSLP committees
and at the CSLP annual meeting.
For more information contact one of your CSLP representatives:
* Jessica Marie, CSD Summer Reading Chair: Jmarie at cityofsalem.net
* Rick Samuelson, CSD Summer Reading Incoming Chair:
ricks at wccls.org
* Abbie Anderson, OYAN CSLP Chair: aanderson at cclsd.org
* Katie Anderson, CSLP Oregon State Representative:
katie.anderson at state.or.us
From: Charlotte Johnston [mailto:cmjohnstonlibrarian at gmail.com]
Sent: Monday, April 29, 2013 12:58 PM
To: statereps at cslpreads.org; pr at cslpreads.org; Karen Day
Subject: CSLP - PSA Public Link
As most of you know, The Dig Into Reading PSA is now available on the
CSLP website. There are a number of important points about the PSA that
I'd like to share with you all. They are as follows:
1. There is a special link that has been created for TV stations or
other media outlets to use to access the PSA. Remember that the
downloads and program information is all usually found on the CSLP site
AFTER a registered member has logged in. As these media outlets are not
registered members, you will need to provide this link to them. Please
be sure to also share this link with librarians in your state.
This is the URL to share with people who need it:
2. There are separate audio files for the PSA in English and Spanish.
They can be found on the CSLP website site under the same section as the
PSA videos - the audio files will be listed first. These are for folks
that wish to send something to a radio station or play the audio file at
a story time, event, or at the end of a library film.
3. A few people have asked if there is a difference between the film
quality on the DVD verses the film quality of the downloadable files.
Essentially the quality of the file or format that you will need will
depend on the type of screen or device you are playing the PSA on. High
definition digital files will look best on LCD monitors, flat panel
monitors, iPads, or other handheld devices. Television stations will
also want these types of files for broadcast. If you are using older
televisions or even older computer monitors ( anything square and like a
box), playing the PSA from a DVD will be the best quality for you. Note
that there is now also a link on the PSA page to iPhone/iPad optimized
files. If you have any questions about which specific type of file you
or a librarian in your state should be downloading please do not
hesitate to send me an e-mail.
Let me know if you have any questions and have a great week!
CSLP - PR & Marketing Chair
Jessica R. Marie, Youth Services Senior Librarian
Salem Public Library
jmarie at cityofsalem.net
~The ability to read is the fundamental skill that makes all other
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