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.

  1. 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.
  2. Submissions must be original work created by the UT-DRO community member.
  3. The video must not infringe on the intellectual property rights of any other person or organization, living or deceased.
  4. The video must take into account UT-DRO’s image. UT-DRO has the right to refuse any videos that appear discriminatory or obscene.
  5. Defamation, even in humour, is not permitted.
  6. 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.
  7. UT-DRO reserves the right to alter, enhance and edit the video.
  8. The participant waives the right to approve or reject any edits made to the video.
  9. UT-DRO will not provide compensation or royalties, in any form, resulting from this video.

Parameters

All video submissions must adhere to the following parameters.

  1. Timeline: Video submissions are being accepted from July 1, 2016 to June 1, 2017.
  2. Quality: Minimum 720p (HD). Most digital cameras and newer cell phone cameras will record in HD.
  3. Language: English only
  4. Length: 20 seconds to 120 seconds. The ideal length is 30 seconds.
  5. Music: If any music is used in the video, it must be original work for which the participant owns the copyright.
  6. Sound: Clear sound. Find a quiet place to record the video and speak loudly and clearly.
  7. Branding: The video must not include any branding or logos.
  8. 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?
Either a phone number or alternative email address
Files must be less than 100 MB.
Allowed file types: avi mov wav.
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