This workshop will introduce tips and equipment for using a smartphone or tablet to obtain live video in the field, whether from workshops, farm visits, demonstrations, field days, or research plots. Microphones, tripod mounts, and apps will be discussed. An emphasis will be on equipment that can be stored and carried around with minimal planning yet still provide good quality.
The second half of the workshop will look at live-streaming options and reasons to consider live-streaming for Extension work. The similarities and differences between live-streaming options will be discussed. as will tips for quality production ad handling common problems. We will actually transmit a live video on one or more (as time allows) of these live services to demonstrate the process.
Jill has is an Extension Educator at the University of Nebraska and has coordinated the Livestock and Poultry Environmental Learning Center since its beginning and has deep interest in innovative outreach methods for Extension.
Michele is a Communication Specialist for the University of Delaware and is one of the foremost experts in the Cooperative Extension System for live streaming.
recommended equipment for field video
tips for field video
recommend for live streaming
tips for live streaming
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