Here at JSU, students make memories through experiences that will stick with them for the rest of their lives. Now there is a way to preserve those experiences in more than just memories.
JSU Interactive is launching the #JSUMoment campaign as a new way to get students involved. Similar to the social video sharing platform Vine, the concept is based around amateur video clips. The video clips should be no longer than 15 seconds, no shorter than 5 seconds.
JSU officials want to know what experiences you are passionate about. What will you remember about your schooling at JSU? Your #JSUMoment can be submitted to www.jsu.edu/moment.
The overall plan is to create a composite video to show during graduation. Lead interactive designer Shannon Crutchfield said, “The goal is to connect students in a way that has never been done before.”
Sound can be included but is not required. Guidelines and suggestions for creating good video clips are listed on the website. It also provides sample clips.
The makeup of the student body varies widely enough that the #JSUMoment initiative can help compile the experiences of everyone and show diversity from all angles. JSU Public Relations specialist Angie Finley said, “Any moment can be a JSU Moment, anything that makes up college life is college experience.”