The Library offers assistance with:
Making a Storyboard
A storyboard is a graphic organizer that plans out visual elements and narrative flow for a video production. Here are some best practices for laying out effective storyboards:
Here is an sample text-based storyboard for a video promoting medical research in our library:
Scene 1: Wide shot of the exterior of the library. Text fades in: "Your Health Sciences Library: More Than Just Books"
Scene 2: Interior shot showing people chatting and using computers in the library.
Voiceover: "Our library offers a wealth of resources, from data science support to cutting edge academic journals."
Scene 3: Shot over the shoulder of someone typing on a computer as medical/scientific journal articles are shown on the screen.
Voiceover: "This includes the latest medical and scientific research, available to anyone."
Scene 4: Close up shot of someone checking out a stack of thick academic journals at the circulation desk.
Voiceover: "You can check out journals packed with peer reviewed studies and breakthrough discoveries."
Person sitting at a library table surrounded by open journals and taking notes. Other people are seen in the background also reading.
Voiceover: "And dive into the work being done across every field of medicine - from cardiology to oncology and beyond."
Scene 6: Interior shot of library patrons listening to a physician guest speaker, with a banner in the background reading "Discover Medical Research @ Your Library."
Voiceover: "Public libraries also host programs to highlight new research and help patrons translate findings into usable knowledge."
We have worked on many Health System projects with diverse objectives, including marketing, patient education, 360 video, and more (see legend at left). We've completed over 150 consultations and 500+ hours of video filming and editing.
See below for our recent departmental collaborations and services provided to each (see legend):