Wednesday, September 10, 2008

My school visit video promotion



This past weekend, I spoke to children at the grand re-opening on the Neyland Branch Public Library in Corpus Christi. It was a very nice, well attended event. While there, I had my wife shoot video, and then I used iMovie to edit together a little video presentation that I can use to promote my school visit program.

It's a little rough — my wife's first time shooting video and my first time with iMovie — but I think it gets my message across.

Corpus Christi was beautiful. In the morning before the event, my wife and son and I rented bikes and rode up and down the ocean front, and we watched jelly fish gather below a pier. I hope hurricane Ike will show my friends back in Corpus some mercy.

7 comments:

PJ Hoover said...

It looks fantastic! Seriously! Way good!
Did you get a haircut?

Wild About Words said...

Great promo, Don! Hope those school visits come rolling in.
All best,
Donna

Anonymous said...

Well done!

Danette V.

Rinda M. Byers said...

Everyone at my school site would certainly love your presentation, Don.

I wish you weren't so far away...am praying for all hit by Ike.

Sorry, I haven't been able to drop in so frequently. A very busy two weeks for me, more later!

Best, Rinda

indigene said...

Great School visit! I always find it daunting to have a sea of eyes staring back at me! Bravo for you!

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Camille said...

Don,
This is a great way to promote your school visits!! I'm sending this along to my school librarian friends.

I KNOW you are tired after a day of presenting. It is high intensity work.

Don Tate said...

Thanks, Camille!!