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Making Your Green Gown Award Video (Green Gown Award Webinar)
Date: First Broadcast Date 19 July 2017 12:00 - 13:00
Venue: Webinar via ZOOM
Following the shortlisting of 2017 Green Gown Award entries, in this webinar Lucy, from the University of Brighton, will share her top tips for making a video for your Green Gown submissions. Lucy will outline the process followed at the University of Brighton, highlighting how they worked with other departments at the university and how you can make the production process as easy as possible!
Why should I attend?
Best practice examples and video planning template will be provided. You can download this here.
Who is this webinar for?
Shortlisted Green Gown applicants who have been asked to provide a video alongside their application.
What key learning outcomes will I take away from this webinar?
How to produce a video with limited budget, time and resources.
12.00 - 12.10: Introductions
12.10 – 12.20: Outline of video making process at University of Brighton
12.20 – 12.30: Top tips for making the videos
12.30- 12.45: Presentation & discussion of template provided
12.45- 13.00: Q&As
Lucy Kimberley, Assistant Environmental Officer (Engagement & Logistics), University of Brighton
Lucy is part of Brighton’s Environment Team and is responsible for managing the Green Impact scheme, supporting the internal behavior change campaign, c-change, communications, coordinating events, managing volunteers and a variety of waste and travel related projects such as the annual Reuse Project and bike maintenance initiatives.
Lucy also led the production of the two Green Gown Award videos in 2016.
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