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How to Create an Employee Training Video: A Beginner’s Guide

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If you’re not the expert in the subject you need to train on, you’ll want to consult with your subject matter experts to ensure your information is clear and complete. Recommended Reading: The Video Creator’s Guide to Working With Subject Matter Experts.

The Beginners Guide to Successful Video Pre Production

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Storyboard. If scripts tell you what to say, storyboards tell you what to show. Storyboards are incredible time savers, and they have an important place in forcing you to think through the visuals of every part of the video. As you go, make sure you note on the script or storyboard how the script and the storyboard correspond to each other. Two other key points about storyboards. If you need stakeholder approval, the storyboard can help get pre-buy-in.


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Best Practices for Instructional Design in eLearning


As technology progresses, assuring the quality of educational experience continues to increase in significance. This blog highlights some valuable nuggets of information from an ID’s perspective to help you build and deliver high-quality eLearning material. Select a tool that is suitable for your target audience (Choose a user friendly tool if you are dealing with beginners). Depending on what your project demands, add or design storyboard documents that fit the need.

Just Launch It Challenge: Create and Launch a Profitable Course in 4 Weeks


The challenge is for anyone who is getting started with their first online course , including total beginners as well as seasoned bloggers, content creators or coaches. Find out the basics of instructional design and how to turn your storyboards into educational videos.

How to Build a Successful Video Workflow

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Andy is a video production specialist who has been both in front of and behind the camera for more than 20 years, Justin is a content expert who knows what makes a good video script, and Matt is the host of TechSmith’s livestream show and podcast The Visual Lounge.

The Secret Formula to Great eLearning


Some key elements include : Production team model: Set out roles for content experts, design and production team members. Module planning sequence: Learning objectives should be supported by a session plan and storyboard. Quality assurance: Outline the required editing, testing requirements and develop a model for feedback collection. Get a teammate to proofread your storyboard, or get a second opinion from another instructional designer or graphic designer.

Back to Basics: How to produce your first course in Elucidat


It’s packed full of exclusive tips, tricks and resources from our learning experts – as well as the wider industry. But if you’re starting from scratch and looking to produce high-quality elearning straight away, why not take a look at our 5C’s framework to be your help?

A Guide to Using Training Videos in eLearning

Academy of Mine

If a student is reading a handbook they’re only using their eyes; if they’re listening to an interview with an expert it’s only their ears. How To Program in C#: Terrific beginner tutorial that showcases Screen Capture technology and a presenter.

How to Make a YouTube Video: The Definitive Guide

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Understand YouTube equipment for beginners. Before you start working on your first script or storyboard , you must answer this question: “Who is your audience?”. Experts’ Take. Here’s advice from YouTube experts who have learned (from a lot of practice and work) what you need to define your audience. Understand YouTube equipment for beginners. It’s fun to have high-end equipment and there is no question that better equipment can produce a better quality video.

How to Edit Video (With Step-by-Step Video)

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It features multiple video experts, including Owen Video ( ), Buddy Scalera ( Content Strategist ), Jason Valade, Master Trainer (TechSmith), Danny Wittenborn, Product Strategy Manager (TechSmith), and Amanda Robinson ( Social Savvy Society ).

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Resources to Effectively Transition to Remote Work and Learning

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The TechSmith Blog provides actionable tips and expert advice to anyone who wants to create and share images and videos for better training, tutorials, lessons, and everyday communication.

Free learning & development webinars for September 2020

Limestone Learning

Adaptable to both formal and informal virtual learning needs, video helps your team increase training quality, engagement, speed and effectiveness — all while significantly lowering program costs. Why and how to create a storyboard using Word.

Free e-Learning books


Information technology has brought unique capabilities to learning spaces, whether stimulating greater interaction through the use of collaborative tools, videoconferencing with international experts, or opening virtual worlds for exploration. Top 5 e-Learning books for beginners Top 10 Open Source e-Learning Projects to Watch fo.

eFront Contests


Each entry will be made publicly available and judged by the eFront community and a panel of eFront experts. All entries will be judged based on their depth, originality, quality, usefulness and objectivity. Top 5 e-Learning books for beginners Top 10 Open Source e-Learning Projects to Watch fo.

The most updated and popular E-Learning Blogs


Learn from the experts! MinuteBio by Jeffery Goldman This blog is to share opinions, tips, and resources on e-learning, m-learning, and the tools used to design and develop high quality courses. Top 5 e-Learning books for beginners Top 10 Open Source e-Learning Projects to Watch fo.

7 Proven Techniques for Keeping Your E-Learning Customers Happy - The Rapid eLearning Blog

Rapid eLearning

If you’re committed to a quality product and helping people, you’ll get through your work (and life) with much more joy and purpose. Regardless of whether you’ve done one project or one hundred, the customer thinks you’re the elearning expert. I acted like a beginner and I’m sure that didn’t inspire the customer’s confidence. The more you get the customers to talk, the more likely they’ll believe you’re the expert.