We are delighted to unveil our newest project: a short film introducing Books@Work in multiple voices, especially those of our partners and participants. This video captures the enthusiasm we see every day, helping us to share the Books@Work model, why our company partners choose to work with us and the experience of Books@Work from a participant’s perspective.
We hope you enjoy it – and give us your thoughts! But we especially we hope you’ll share it.
CREDITS: We are grateful to the people who have partnered with us to make this short film possible. Special thanks go to Zach Christy, our extremely creative and tirelessly professional videographer. Thank you to Jeff Pence, a Books@Work professor and Oberlin College faculty member, who offered us helpful advice in the project’s beginning stages. And most of all, thank you to the Books@Work participants and partners featured in this video who lent their time and their experiences to help us share the Books@Work story.
Image: Photo of “Leo the Lion” being recorded for his roar to be heard at the beginning of MGM films. P & A-Pacific and Atlantic Photos [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons