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If a picture is worth a thousand words, well, then video must be… When it comes to communication, video has the power to articulate your organization’s vision, promote your programs and initiatives, move people to action, and show them things that few other mediums can do in quite the same way. In this workshop, the fourth session in the latest 21st Century New Media Series from CALPACT and CHL at UC Berkeley's School of Public Health, Mike Lawson from Diabetes Hands Foundation, and Gary Oliver and Diane Woloshin from the Alameda County Public Health Department shared their best practices for using video to strategically advance diverse advocacy, health promotion, and health education goals.
To learn more about this series, please visit: http://chl.berkeley.edu/events/newmedia/2012-2013-new-media-trainings/sessions.
To view the other presentations, resources from this workshop:
CALPACT New Media Workshop: Video for Health with Alameda County Public Health Department
CALPACT New Media Workshop: Alameda County Public Health Department Video Checklist
CALPACT Training: Video for Health: Resources
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