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Florida Library Youth Program


Sharing 2018 Summer Activities

We're looking for short, fun instructional videos showcasing the "Libraries Rock" theme through songs, crafts, booktalks or activities. 

We'd like to invite you to send us a video: 

  • Between two and five minutes long
  • In MP4 format
  • Using 720p or higher resolution
  • Featuring a favorite tune, activity teens enjoy or a craft kids love

If you sing a song in your video, please send us the lyrics to help us with closed captioning. 

According to the Music Library Association in regard to the Copyright Law:

"Instructional broadcasts. Section 110(2) provides an exemption for instructional broadcasting of non-dramatic works only. The performance must be 'a regular part of the systematic instructional activities of a governmental body or a nonprofit educational institution' and it must be 'directly related and of material assistance to the teaching content' of the program." 

That means it is acceptable to use music as an instructional tool for the 2018 summer workshop videos.

All videos need to be uploaded to BLD's Dropbox account, including videos posted on YouTube or Instagram. 

Please send all video upload requests to Jana Fine at

We'll place the videos we receive into groups based on the 2018 CSLP Manual chapter headings. Then we'll post each group of videos on YouTube for you to view in preparation for the 2018 Summer Library Program.

Teen Video Challenge

Teens make videos to promote summer reading.  

FLYP Workshop Materials

Check out bibliographies, handouts, and PowerPoints from our workshops. 

Early Learning Resources

Check out webinars, library stories, articles, blogs and more on early learning, emergent literacy and school support. 

Chat With Jana! 

Read and Subscribe to FLYP Forward 

In this newsletter, Youth Services staff share information, innovative projects, program ideas, insights, book reviews and experiences.

Florida Book Awards

If you’re looking for a great suggested summer reading list and display, consider the winning Children’s and Young Adult categories for the 2015 Florida Book Awards.  

Summer Reading

Additional Resources 

Contact Us

Jana Fine, Youth Services Consultant, at

imls180.for.panel.jpgMany of these resources and programs are funded under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act from the Institute of Museum and Library Services. Florida's LSTA program is administered by the Department of State's Division of Library and Information Services.