Video production resources
Library Media Services
z.umn.edu/libmedia (includes most of the following resources)
Additional Resources of Interest
Citation best practices for website:
Cite every source you use in your project, including your textbook, articles, photos, and videos. When in doubt, cite it. (Why?)
Find the original source when you cite something. For example:
- Cite the original reference, not the Wikipedia page.
- Cite the image source, not Google Images.
- Cite the original paper, not a citation in another source.
Pick a citation style and stick with it, or use the citation style required by your professor. (Why are there so many different styles?)
Direct quotes or statistics. Use an “in-video” citation (a text box on the screen, a bar at the bottom, or add it to a voiceover) when either directly quoting a source or referencing a statistic that would not be readily known.
APA media citation style
Online video (source): Last Name, F.M. [Username]. (Year, Month Date). Title of video. [Video File]. Retrieved from URL.
Online image (source): Photographer, F.M. (Photographer). (Year, Month Date of Publication). Title of Photograph [digital image]. Retrieved from URL
Interview (source): Last name, FI. (Year, Month date). Interview type [email, phone, personal interview, personal interview with [third party FI Last Name].
Music Recording (source): Songwriter F.M. (Copyright year). Song title [Recorded by F.M. Last (performer’s name/musical group)]. On Album title [Medium of recording]. City, State of label: Record label name.
Charlie Heinz - Media Specialist: (firstname.lastname@example.org)
(Contact for questions related to equipment, computing or production support. Make an appointment with this link: Media Production Help.)
Scott Spicer - Media Librarian: email@example.com (contact for support finding media resources, or any questions/concerns related to Libraries project support.
Subject Librarians for research support.