Celebrating 25 Years with UT-DRO Alumni Videos
Join UT-DRO in celebrating its 25th Anniversary by sharing your story! For the next year, UT-DRO alumni are sending us video messages and sharing their favourite memories.
Video Submission Conditions
Before submitting a video, all participants must agree to the following conditions.
- Participants must be UT-DRO alumni, current students or trainees, current faculty members, past faculty members, or UT-DRO staff only. Videos submitted by other persons will be refused.
- Submissions must be original work created by the UT-DRO community member.
- The video must not infringe on the intellectual property rights of any other person or organization, living or deceased.
- The video must take into account UT-DRO’s image. UT-DRO has the right to refuse any videos that appear discriminatory or obscene.
- Defamation, even in humour, is not permitted.
- By submitting a video, you are giving UT-DRO authority to publish or distribute the video – in full or in part – on its website, social media channels and other UT-DRO publications.
- UT-DRO reserves the right to alter, enhance and edit the video.
- The participant waives the right to approve or reject any edits made to the video.
- UT-DRO will not provide compensation or royalties, in any form, resulting from this video.
All video submissions must adhere to the following parameters.
- Timeline: Video submissions are being accepted from July 1, 2016 to June 1, 2017.
- Quality: Minimum 720p (HD). Most digital cameras and newer cell phone cameras will record in HD.
- Language: English only
- Length: 20 seconds to 120 seconds. The ideal length is 30 seconds.
- Music: If any music is used in the video, it must be original work for which the participant owns the copyright.
- Sound: Clear sound. Find a quiet place to record the video and speak loudly and clearly.
- Branding: The video must not include any branding or logos.
- Content: The video must answer the following questions:
- Where are you pushing boundaries or contributing to the advancement of radiation medicine in your career?
- How did your time at UT-DRO impact how you are able to approach this work?
- Given your experiences, what are your hopes for the future of UT-DRO?
- What is your favourite memory of UT-DRO?