Updated 30 March 2020

Directions: Video Production

  1. This is to be an educational video - TEACH your audience about something. a

  2. Use visuals, sound, music, voice-over, whatever you need to get the message across

  3. You can use Adobe Spark to produce the movie, or other software of your choice

  4. Be Careful of using templates - you can, but don't sacrifice too much originality!

  5. The video much be 3 min 30 sec - 4 min 30 sec in length

  6. Upload an mp4 or YouTube url to Canvas

  7. Have Fun!

  1. This video can be either educational - teaching viewers something - or informative video - a documentary of how the COVID-19 pandemic is effecting your neighborhood



Plants are the foundation of life on Earth. Facilitating an informed public on matters that affect food and water systems - climate change, food equity and availability, water rights and access, and other sustainability and social justice issues - is imperative if we are to feed 10 billion people by 2100.

Dr. Carlyn Buckler teaches courses in plant science, science communication and digital technologies at the School of Integrative Plant Science at Cornell University. Her background as a maize geneticist and in  science communication, has led to a career in teaching about, assessing and facilitating the public understanding of science. Communicating science effectively to various cultures, demographics, and stakeholders is an integral part of our curriculum.  The courses are designed to empower undergraduate and graduate students to use leadership, technology and communication skills to further science research, reach under-served audiences, and engaging local, national and international communities in understanding the value of supporting healthy ecosystems and advances in agriculture to ensure food security and equity throughout the world. 

© 2020 CSBuckler

Carlyn S. Buckler, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Practice

Plant Science Rm 118

School of Integrative Plant Science

College of Agriculture and Life Sciences,

Cornell University | Ithaca, NY 14853

csb36@cornell.edu | sips.cals.cornell.edu