[Libs-Or] Filmmaking for Library Types - Preconference
ssomerville at cityofsalem.net
Wed Mar 4 13:36:50 PST 2015
For anyone who has ever a library video on YouTube (or another platform) and thought, "We should totally do that at my library," we suggest attending a practical preconference filled with expert advice and hands-on learning (as well as quite a bit of fun.)
Filmmaking for Library Types
9 a.m.-4 p.m. Wednesday, April 15
at the Eugene Hilton
A finished product on YouTube looks so easy, but a lot goes into creating a tightly woven, engaging video to highlight a library or library service. Experienced professionals from Salem's CCTV will go over the general principles (and pitfalls) of filmmaking before letting attendees loose in teams to give it a try - using easily accessible tools (Flip cameras, cell phones, and Windows Movie Maker) to plan, create, and rough edit 60-90 second book trailers. The day will also include a discussion of the pros and cons of various video distribution platforms.
PRESENTER: Soha Badei, Capital Community Television (CCTV), Salem
This session is sponsored by OYAN (Oregon Young Adult Network) but is very much for EVERYBODY!
Interested? Conference/preconference registration is open now!
Hope to see you there!
Teen Services Librarian, Salem Public Library
2014-15 OYAN Chair
Teen Services Librarian
Salem Public Library
E-mail: ssomerville at cityofsalem.net
Address: 585 Liberty St. SE
Salem, OR 97301
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