Scott Tinker’s presidential address in Denver must have been quite powerful, because the requests to see it online have been numerous and often.
You asked for it. You got it – and a lot more, too.
AAPG has established a YouTube channel (YouTube.com/AAPGWeb), marking the beginning of our official AAPG video collection.
If you want someone to look at the video, simply direct them to YouTube.com/aapgWeb or instruct them to go to YouTube and search on “AAPG” or “AAPGWeb.”
So, what about a copy for your own use?
It’s evident that many people are viewing the “We Are AAPG” video, based on YouTube’s report of 700-plus viewings. It was prepared for the use of our membership. It’s ideal for opening or closing a presentation – especially for a non-AAPG audience. It’s just under three minutes in length and presents a positive message about AAPG.
So, with this presentation and other video on the AAPG site we have established a Video Vault – all video prepared by AAPG that is posted to YouTube by the AAPG Web team also will be available for download.
Video that is peppered throughout our Web pages will be collected there as well.
You can find the Video Vault at www.aapg.org/videos/. Two video formats are provided: QuickTime (.mov) and Windows Media Player (.wmv).
All you have to do is click on your preferred format and save the file somewhere on your computer.
Janet Brister serves as the AAPG Web Site editor for AAPG. She has a Facebook account and Twitter feed.