Carnegie Medal/Notable Children's Videos Committee


To select, annotate, and present for publication annually a list of notable videos of interest to children, available for use in homes and libraries, produced in the two calendar years prior to the date of their selection. Additionally, the committee will select the most distinguished American video for children, in accordance with the terms, definitions, and criteria governing the Carnegie Medal Award.


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The Carnegie Medal/Notable Children's Videos Committee consists of nine members appointed from the ALSC membership at large, serving 2-year terms and led by the committee chair. (Chair + 8)


The Notable Children's Videos committee was established in 1964 and the Carnegie Medal Committee was established in 1990 at the request of the ALSC Board of Directors. The committees were merged in 2009 at the request of the ALSC Board of Directors.

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