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Creating Effective Videos for your Scholarship, Creative Work, and the Classroom

You’re probably discovering in many different parts of your academic life there’s a growing need to use video. It’s not just about playing a DVD in class anymore. Creative work has become a growing part of many disciplines both for tenure portfolios as well as conferences. Also, to reach corporations or community groups for research and engagement purposes, sometimes they need to see a video about you and your organization before they’ll “open up”. Once you do connect with those groups, it's crucial to understand how to capitalize on this opportunity. Likewise, a large number of organizations providing grants these days want a video work that can be placed on multiple media platforms. We'll learn how to produce good "stories" as well as ways to gather the materials that enhance your presentation. We will also screen some good and bad examples to illustrate the do's and dont's.

Date: Monday, March 3, 2014
Time: 11:00am - 11:50am
Location: PDC Bonsai Room
Building: 120 Reed Library
Presenter: Mike Igoe
Categories: PDC Associates Series
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