What is a Good Life? Missouri wants to know!
To watch Oklahoma’s Good life video, follow this link: http://youtu.be/JltNAXbkOhY
For guidelines about submitting a video, see below.
Thank you for your help in spreading the world about what a good life means! Please send us your videos by May 30, 2014. When you submit your video; please copy and paste the following statement into your email.
“By sending this video, I authorize and permit The Curators of the University of Missouri on behalf of the UMKC Institute for Human Development, and its cooperating agencies to publish, use, and disseminate it.”
Contact Megan from the UMKC-IHD at (816) 235-1761 or firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
It is easy to submit a video! Here are the guidelines:
- Submit the video to us via email at email@example.com or upload the video to your Youtube account and send us the link. Only your video will be shared. No names or personal information will be included in the final product.
- By submitting a video, you authorize and permit The Curators of the University of Missouri on behalf of the UMKC Institute for Human Development, and its cooperating agencies to publish, use, and disseminate it.
- The campaign is open to individuals and families who live in Missouri only.
- Videos must include a person with a developmental disability or special healthcare need.
- Submitting your video means that you authorize and permit the UMKC-Institute for Human Development, and its cooperating agencies, including the Missouri Developmental Disabilities Council, and Department of Mental Health Department of Developmental Disabilities, to publish, use, and disseminate the video of you and your family members.
- Videos entered in the campaign may appear on the Missouri Community of Practice website and social media outlets and our presentations and publications, as well as disseminated by our partners.
Tips for Recording Your Video
- Use your smartphone (iPhone, Android device), tablet or a webcam to record your video.
- Practice using your equipment before recording to make sure you are familiar with it. We recommend taking a sample video to check the quality of your video.
- Make sure the action is directly in front of the camera and make sure to look at it when you speak.
- Use a tripod, table, or other object to hold your device if possible to avoid shaky video.
- Make sure to record your video in a quiet setting.
- Speak clearly and loud enough so that the camera picks up the audio.
- Film in a well-lit area, but avoid high contrast lighting and spots of very bright light, as these often. come across as blurs of light when viewed on the Internet.
Rachel is the Media & Design Specialist on the Family to Family team at the UMKC-Institute for Human Development, UCEDD. She completed her Master's in Public Administration with an emphasis in nonprofit management at UMKC. She is proud to say she is a second generation AmeriCorps member! Her passion is where social justice and technology meet. Her specialty is making projects, programs, and organizations look good.