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Mobile Storytelling Course
Learn to Produce Video on a Mobile Device:
Learn how to shoot, edit and transmit video to your organization’s YouTube channel/social media accounts in The Dayton Foundation’s new course for nonprofits - Mobile Storytelling. Get tips to help you share your organization’s story with the community all from your mobile device, whether an iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch or Android. The session also will offer a quick review of basic storytelling techniques and how to shoot with handheld cameras.
Mobile Storytelling is an introduction to the Foundation’s Video Camera Lending Program that provides a hand-held video camera for organizations to borrow at no charge to document the progress of the program funded by a Dayton Foundation discretionary grant. By producing and sharing a video online, you can show how the grant is making a difference for your organization and the community.
Length: Mobile Storytelling is a 90-minute course that includes two hands-on sessions where participants will practice shooting and editing a video on their mobile device.
Location: This course will be taught at The Dayton Foundation, 40 N. Main Street, Suite 500 Dayton, Ohio 45423
Course Materials: A mobile device is needed to complete the course as participants will be asked to practice on their device during the session. Participants will need to download the required apps prior to attending this course. Please note that there is a nominal fee for one of the apps. Download a listing of the required apps.
Please click the link to be added to the waiting list for the next Mobile Storytelling session.
Learn more about the Foundation’s Video Camera Lending Program.
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