Authors as Published

Authored by Melissa Chase, Consumer Food Safety Program Manager, Virginia Tech; Carlin Rafie, Assistant Professor and Extension Human Nutrition Specialist, Department of Human Nutrition, Food and Exercise, Virginia Tech; April Payne, Extension Agent, Spotsylvania County; Kathryn Strong, Extension Agent, Fairfax County

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There are many reasons for Extension Personnel to produce food demonstration videos. They may be part of a program curriculum, produced as part of a regular series for public access, or produced to illustrate a specific cooking technique. Whatever the reason, it is important that the producer define the purpose of the video and the desired outcomes. This will guide how the video is produced, narrated, and disseminated, as well as how its impact is evaluated. The publication provides some guidelines and tools to help produce purposeful and high quality videos that make an impact.

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Publication Date

December 8, 2022