2016 - 19th Annual Steven Galovich Memorial Student Symposium

Presentation Title

The Then and Now of Video Content on a College Campus

Student Presenter(s) and Advisor

Brittany Gora, Lake Forest CollegeFollow

Location

Library Basement

Abstract

In today’s world, it is a better time than ever to create videos on a college campus, and my argument would certainly be that the students, faculty, staff, and administration of Lake Forest College could produce more video content. Technology has improved, resources have expanded, and college students are finding more innovative ways to spread ideas. In this presentation, I hope to establish a history behind where video started and where it is heading, while encouraging ideas that the College can use in the future in the video content it might produce. I would like for this presentation to be immersive, giving the ability to start a conversation about video and possibly displaying some of the works I have created, rather than simply talking to an audience. Through this presentation I will provide both the history of video at Lake Forest College as well as the history of video production, including predictions of where it will be heading. This presentation was created through the research I conducted last semester for my creative senior project with Professor David Park.

Presentation Type

Individual Presentation

Start Date

4-5-2016 2:30 PM

End Date

4-5-2016 3:45 PM

Panel

The Moving Image

Panel Moderator

Chloe Johnston

Field of Study for Presentation

Communication

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Apr 5th, 2:30 PM Apr 5th, 3:45 PM

The Then and Now of Video Content on a College Campus

Library Basement

In today’s world, it is a better time than ever to create videos on a college campus, and my argument would certainly be that the students, faculty, staff, and administration of Lake Forest College could produce more video content. Technology has improved, resources have expanded, and college students are finding more innovative ways to spread ideas. In this presentation, I hope to establish a history behind where video started and where it is heading, while encouraging ideas that the College can use in the future in the video content it might produce. I would like for this presentation to be immersive, giving the ability to start a conversation about video and possibly displaying some of the works I have created, rather than simply talking to an audience. Through this presentation I will provide both the history of video at Lake Forest College as well as the history of video production, including predictions of where it will be heading. This presentation was created through the research I conducted last semester for my creative senior project with Professor David Park.