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Are you up to the challenge? Posted by on Aug 18, 2021 in For Libraries

This Library Card Sign-up Month, we challenge you to take advantage of your library’s language learning resources.

And if your library offers free access to Transparent Language Online, you can join the One Week Streak Challenge!

Transparent Language One Week Streak Challenge

At any point during September, achieve a 7-day learning streak in Transparent Language Online and share it with us on social media to be entered to win prizes for you—and your library!

How do I enter the challenge?

  1. Set a daily learning goal of 5 minutes or greater in your Transparent Language Online for Libraries account.
  2. Meet your daily goal for 7 consecutive days to earn a 7-day streak.
  3. Take a screenshot of your learning streak and share it on Instagram and/or Twitter. In your post:

A few examples:











What’s up for grabs?

By October 14th, we’ll randomly choose three winners, each of whom will receive:

  • A $100 Amazon gift card for themselves
  • A $100 Amazon gift card for their library

Read the official rules here and get ready to rise to the challenge in September. We’ll be rooting for you!

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    What if a library patron does not have Instagram or Twitter, is there another way to enter?

    • meaghan:

      @AMY FRIEDMAN Hello! This challenge is limited to those two platforms, but we will host challenges/contests in the future that don’t require social media for entry, as we’ve done in the past. 🙂

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