When: Thursday, May 13th at 4:00pm
Where: On Zoom. Click here to register.
Want to effectively share your captivating ideas and passions through media? Learn how to connect research to visuals, cultivate ideas in a long or short video, and create aesthetically pleasing and professional media, FREE of cost.
This Digital Activism event will allow teens to use multimedia to deliver a message and explore the different ways to be activists using free online tools. By using Adobe Spark, teens will be able to expand their activism skills and enhance their ability to create digital resources that promote pertinent social and/or community issues through captivating, compelling messages.
This event will be led by Salma Murphy, one of the Boston Public Library’s Teen Tech Mentors and the founder and leader of Girls Give Back, a global activism organization.
During this event, attendees will be able to:
- Practice using the various Adobe Spark video tools
- Organize and deliver a cogent, significant message
- Incorporate their passions into digital tools
The Digital Activism program will be conducted on Zoom; registered participants will be emailed a link to the Zoom room at 12 pm on the date of the event, in addition to a small set of digital assets accessible via Google Drive. Each registrant will also need a PC, Mac, or Chromebook with an internet browser to use Adobe Spark.