[Videolib] free DVD for teachers of An Inconvenient Truth

Mary Kirby (kirby@librarymedia.org)
Tue, 19 Dec 2006 21:34:08 -0600

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Hi Videolib Folks,

Happy Holidays to all.

The producers of Al Gore's "An Inconvenient Truth" are going to be
giving away free DVDs of this documentary. Please pass along the
information to all who might be able to participate.

I believe there will be a teaching guide that will also be free.

The first 50,000 teachers who apply are eligible to win. There is a
limit of one DVD per teacher. All entries must be received by January
18, 2007.

Details at:

http://participate.net/educators/DVD/giveaway

Best,
Mary Kirby

Fostering public discourse
one library at a time.

Mary M. Kirby
Library Media Project
1807 West Sunnyside Ave.
Chicago,IL 60640

800-847-3671
www.librarymedia.org

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Hi Videolib = Folks,

Happy = Holidays to all.

The producers of Al Gore's = "An Inconvenient Truth" are going to be giving away free DVDs of this = documentary.=A0 Please pass along the information to all who might be = able to participate.

I believe there will be a = teaching guide that will also be free.

The first 50,000 = teachers who apply are eligible to win. There is a limit of one DVD per = teacher. All entries must be received by January 18, = 2007.=A0

Details = at:

http://participate.= net/educators/DVD/giveaway

Best,
Mary = Kirby

Fostering public = discourse
one library at a time.

Mary M. Kirby
Library Media Project
1807 West Sunnyside Ave.
Chicago,IL 60640

800-847-3671
www.librarymedia.org




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