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Lights, Smartphone, Action! A Hands-On Video Workshop
Thursday, March 18, 2021, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM CST
Category: SDBA Events

Lights, Smartphone, Action! A Hands-On Video Workshop

March 18th, 2021
9am - Noon

Virtual via Zoom

Registration Fee: $89

Since Steven Spielberg isn't going to intern at your company, YOU need to figure out how to make videos for social media, marketing, and communications. This hands-on workshop teaches you a dozen of easy, budget-friendly tech tools to make professional-level videos on-the-cheap and on-the-fly. Plus, we'll add in a few graphic-only tools that can be used on your social media accounts.

  • Improve your storytelling and image-creation skills for better multimedia content

  • Take home step-by-step guides for creating better videos

  • Evaluate different multimedia tools and apply strategies for their best uses in social media, marketing, and communications

**You must have access to video and mic to participate in this event.**

BONUS!  Three lucky participants will win Beth's book "The Bigger Book of Apps" during the class.

Registration Fee

Member: $89

Registration is limited to 20 participants so register now!

Cancelation Policy: Cancel before 3/11/21, receive 100% refund; cancel 3/11 - 3/14, receive 75% refund; cancel 3/15 or later, no refund. Substitutions allowed at any time.

This seminar will be presented via Zoom.  You will receive the webinar link the day prior to the webinar.  Please note: Each link is uniquely coded and may only be used by the individual registered for the course. We ask that you do not share the link and reserve the right to remove unregistered attendees.

Meet Your New Nerdy Best Friend...(a.k.a. The Presenter)

Beth Ziesenis: Author, Speaker. Nerd.  Since her first Motorola RAZR flip phone, Beth has made a verb out of the word "nerd." She is here to help you filter through thousands of apps, gadgets, widgets, and doodads to find the perfect free and bargain technology tools for work and home. Although the only real trophy she ever won was for making perfect french fries at McDonald's in high school, Beth Z has been featured on best speaker lists by several organizations that write best speaker lists. She has written a whole shelf of books on apps and has spoken to more than 100,000 audience members just like you. And if you're puzzling over why she goes by "Beth Z"...it's because she only finds about three people a year who can pronounce her last name.