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CALPACT New Media Webinar: Telling Stories with Images and Video Resources


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When it comes to communication, telling stories with images and video has a power few other mediums have. These engaging and increasingly shareable visual mediums can articulate your organization’s vision, promote your programs and initiatives, and move people to action.

In this webinar, the fifth session in the latest 21st Century New Media Series from CALPACT and CHL at UC Berkeley's School of Public Health, join Mike Lawson from Diabetes Hands Foundation, and Dana Howard from Covered California, as they share their best practices for using images and video to strategically advance diverse advocacy, health promotion, and health education goals.

Enjoy these resources from the training!

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CALPACT New Media Webinar: Telling Stories with Images and Video Resources

  1. 1. Articles, tools and links:  11 Best Video Editing Software Platforms. Taylor Casti. July 24, 2013.  24 Terrific Places to Find Free and Low Cost Stock Photos Online. Laura Christianson. May 9, 2014.  Visual Social Media: How Images Improve Your Social Media Marketing. Michael Stelzner. January 31, 2014. Social Media Examiner.  Social Media + Storytelling = Awesomesauce. Cameron Uganec. Marketo Summit 2013.  Using Images for Visual Storytelling. Rob Wu.  The Starter Guide to Nonprofit Video Storytelling. Causevox. Com  Andy Goodman Makes Storytelling a Piece of Cake. Kaci Roach. February 12, 2014. Hope you enjoyed these resources from the CALPACT New Media Webinar, “Telling Stories with Images and Video” presented on June 11, 2014 with Dana Howard from Covered California and Mike Lawson from the Diabetes Hands Foundation! Learn more about the 21st Century New Media Training Series here. Listen to the webinar here and view the presentation slides here. New Media Best Practices: Telling Stories with Images and Video Resources