Calling the attention of all teachers, The Digital Book Competition for Canadian Students is back in yet another year! Now is the time to invite and encourage your students to be more creative and unravel new ways of storytelling through French writing.
For its 2022 program, participating students will enjoy the pedagogical and technical support given by a digital publishing professional to guide them in making their own digital book.
In this contest, the participating students are expected to give contributions that:
- Include a supplemental value to their work such as illustrations, animations, videos, audios, etc.
- The contribution should not go beyond 20 pages.
- The contribution must not contain copyrighted music, videos, or photos.
- The contribution must have a title as well as the name of the author/authors.
Students can gain inspiration from the book “Un Noël électrique,” which was the previous season’s Grand Prize winner.
Jeunesse, an associate lecturer, used digital tools to advocate for literacy among the youth. The lecturer will provide pedagogical and technical support to all participating students and their teachers throughout the contest period.
The support provided will comprise of two webinars in October and in November. There will also be several resources to help students create their own digital books.