It has become popular in science to present research results in a video abstract – a brief video statement.
But how can a scientific publication be transformed into a video lasting three to five minutes? Science described comprehensibly in short videos – this is exactly what participants on the English-language “POP SCI VIDEO WORKSHOP” will learn about at the German National Library of Science and Technology (TIB) in Hannover on 27 January 2016.
The workshop is specifically directed at academics from the realms of science and engineering. The day will be spent learning how to make short scientific videos using simply aids such as a smartphone and free web applications. You will also learn more about choosing the right licences and where you can publish your videos online.
The objective of the workshop: by the end of the day, all participants should have created their very first video, and will be equipped with the tools required to continue creating video abstracts.
Go to workshop programme: http://blogs.tib.eu/wp/videoabstracts/programme/
Go to workshop registration: http://blogs.tib.eu/wp/videoabstracts/registration/
For more information, simply send an e-mail to Paloma Marín Arraiza (email@example.com).
Event: Workshop “POP SCI VIDEO WORKSHOP” by Filmjungle in cooperation with TIB
Date: Wednesday, 27 January 2016, 9:00-17:30
Venue: German National Library of Science and Technology (TIB), Welfengarten 1 B, 30167 Hannover
Fee: € 250 participation fee
http://www.tib-hannover.de/en/ - More information about TIB - German National Library of Science and Technology
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