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A Beginner’s Guide to Creating Instructional Videos with Jonathan Halls

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Jonathan shares the best ways to approach creating instructional videos as a beginner and explains the whys, whats, and hows, behind this broad and increasingly vital subject. His tip is to set an objective at the very beginning of the video. Create a storyboard.

The Beginners Guide to Successful Video Pre Production

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And I learned exactly what you need to do to make your first video. It’s okay to learn. Learning Objects vs. Outcomes: Narrow the Focus. I was recently in a conference workshop with Shannon Tipton (Learning Rebels). She made a bold statement, which was to the effect: Throw out the learning objective and focus on what you want the learner to actually do. Is it going to be accessed through a Learning Management System (LMS) ? Storyboard.

4 Types of Videos for Learning

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So, you need to think about how you’re going to handle customer expectations, but you should also consider your learning objectives. While there are many types of videos you can employ to execute your tactic, there are four big genres that lend themselves well to video learning. When the learning objective is competency in a technical task, it may be best to make a screencast. A beginner might need 30 minutes or longer to get it right.