Helpful Hints & Humor

Call for Videos

Video Format Requirements

• Videos must be in MP4 format.
• Please limit resolution to 1080p.
• Maximum file size: 20MB

During this stressful time, we want to stay engaged with you, encourage community support and, of course, have a little fun. So we are asking you to create some helpful videos as well as some lighthearted videos. These videos, created by you, will be shared on our social media platforms. You submit a 30-second to one-minute video on the topic, and we’ll share it with everyone. It’s that simple.

Pick a category and submit your 30-second to one-minute video. Keep it clean and helpful as we are sharing these videos publicly. Humor is a plus! We will share one topic per day. You can submit multiple videos, but only cover one topic per video.


  • COVID-19 Best Practices
    Share how your workplace is instituting new or updated best practices.
  • WFH Tips
    Are you working from home? Show how you’re keeping busy, staying focused, and getting things done.
  • MR Pet Showcase
    Are your pets your new co-workers? Take a minute to introduce them and show us what they can do (even if it’s just “looking adorable”).
  • Quarantine Tips
    What are your best tips for staying sane during quarantine?
  • It’s Macarena Time!
    Show us your best 30-second Macarena dance attempt. Other dances are acceptable, too!
  • 30-Second Blind Drawing
    Grab a pencil and paper, close your eyes and film yourself drawing an MRI scanner or other medical equipment you use. Show us your work of art!
  • Little Minds
    Stuck at home with your kids? How are you entertaining them and/or helping them to keep learning?
  • But I Really Want to Direct
    Choose your own topic!

Videos can be submitted by members only, but they will be made available to the public on social media (Facebook, etc). Follow us to see them all!

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