Record and Submit Your Own Street Epistemology Videos
We saw a surge of new people creating SE-related content in 2018, and we’d like to see this continue in 2019 and beyond.
To help make this happen, we are pleased to announce a brand new program for people who may be willing to record themselves interacting with someone using Street Epistemology but lack the time, desire, or skills needed to edit and promote their content.
Simply send an email to email@example.com to tell us more about your talk (location, topic, duration, first names, etc.) and you will be provided with a link to upload the raw video of your interaction.
Once received, a team of active SE content creators will review your submission and decide if it’s a good representation of the method and appropriate to be shared publicly. If it’s not up to snuff, we’ll email you back with some suggestions for improvement. If it’s a great talk, we’ll let you know it has been accepted and the video will be professionally edited, uploaded to the Street Epistemology YouTube channel, and then promoted on social media.
In order for us to consider your video, we must have your interlocutor verbally agree to being recorded. No exceptions. Your video will not be used if you do not receive consent from the individual to being recorded.
Absolutely no actors or reenactments. These must be real conversations.
In addition to uploading the video, we can add links to whatever social media platform or means of contacting you that you prefer. We can also keep that information private if you prefer to remain somewhat anonymous.
Individuals who submit content that is approved, edited, uploaded, and promoted will be sent a package that includes a signed copy of AMFCA, five SE-themed t-shirts, as well as a bevy of stickers, magnets, and contact cards.
If you have any further questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are excited to see what you come up with!