Musical Plates

How to Publish Student Work Online
If you would like have your students' work displayed in the Student Gallery, all you need to do is send their work to the Project Leader. If their reports, as described in Enrichment Activity 1 and the Final Project Activity, are submitted and accepted for publication, we will award the students an "Earthquake Expert" certificate (.pdf file will be sent to the teacher).

Earthquake Expert Award

If you are interested in having student work published please note the following:

  1. We will assume that any pictures and/or text that we receive has been reviewed by your school district administration and have been authorized to be placed online. We will not include student last names or other personal information with the information we post.  You must follow your district's Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) on publishing student work online.  Additional information on AUPs can be found in the Teacher Guide
  2. We will only accept electronic image and text files. Sorry, we cannot accept FAXed materials or paper copies. You can send your electronic files either via an attachment to an e-mail message or on a disk in the regular mail. You may also put your students' work up on a school web page and send us the URL and we will link it to our page. Text can also be placed in the body of the e-mail message. Send all materials to the Project Leader.
  3. When submitting information, please make sure to include your name, school name, address, e-mail address and phone number so that we can contact you if problems or questions arise.
  4. Sorry, but materials which are submitted for display online cannot be returned.

IMPORTANT: Please be sure that students do NOT include any personal information, such as last names, e-mail addresses, telephone number, any other information that might lead to the identification of the student. This policy adheres to the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998.

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