SU students create promotional videos for Handley Regional Library System
Handley Regional Library System and a Design Thinking class at Shenandoah University’s Byrd School of Business collaborated on a project that resulted in students creating promotional videos for the library system to use for marketing purposes. The students took on the challenge to develop and create short videos to encapsulate the services of all three library locations to the general public.
Broken up into three groups, students produced videos that would engage library patrons to use services and materials, attend programs and visit each location that work together interchangeably.
“As always, we are pleased to partner with Shenandoah University,” said John Huddy, Director of Handley Regional Library System. “We are excited to showcase several of our favorite videos to help continue to show the public the value of the library system in their community. The students in this project even learned about the library system, beyond as a place to study and borrow books.”
The finished videos can be viewed on the library website and soon on social media.
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