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Can ‘Movie Based e-Learning’ be the Future of Video Based e-Learning?


The next is about going up a level on the production of learning videos and creating Movie-based Learning. No more same formal videos, but action packed “Learning Movies” to impact the learners can be the next big thing in the world of e-Learning. How Movie Based Learning & Why is it going to be different? With a movie, it is not only the content that is transmitted, but experiences of all kinds. Challenges of Movie-based Learning. Why Movie-based Learning.

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Think You Need a Big Budget to Design Quality eLearning? Think Again!


Without a large budget, elearning is doomed to fail, right? I''m willing to bet that among your favorite films, there is at least one that was made with a small budget. Movies created with a budget equivalent to 1% of the average budget for Hollywood blockbusters: Monty Python and the Holy Grail. Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels. Rocky Horror Picture Show. A Big Budget Won''t Save You.


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Animated videos for learning: A step-by-step guide


video with tips for hosting a virtual conference combines motion graphics (text and symbols) with stock footage of real people in working-from-home situations: 3. What’s a ballpark number for your budget? Based on your skills , budget , and timeframe , you have several options.

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Six eLearning Secrets to Boost Engagement

Growth Engineering

The release of a new blockbuster movie makes people super-excited. After drooling over teasers and trailers, movie fans turn up at midnight showings in Jedi robes or wizard regalia. Paint a Pretty Picture: Don’t Skimp on Eye Candy. Use images but please… don’t plaster your eLearning with corporate stock photos. In this case, nobody is expecting a high-budget, polished masterpiece, but what they might lack in quality, they make up for with relevance.


Wonderful Brain

Not a grouping of pictures that ask the learner to choose which is the right answer, whether process, action or straight knowledge. It would be similar to jumping into a movie while it’s being shown and working your way out again by uttering a magic word. Whether you use static images or illustrations, Flash or movies strive for reality. Making it real often depends on the media and budget.

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10 Low-Cost Ideas for Employee Training

The Training by Nelle Blog | Corporate Training and Consulting

For the photos in your webinar, you can take your own (make sure you get permission before you start snapping away though) or look to free stock photo sites such as Pixabay, Unsplash, or RawPixel. If you want a more extensive collection of photos to choose from, you can check out iStock (which can run anywhere from $12+ per photo if purchased separately, but the price goes down if you buy the stock photo bundles). They're very budget-friendly and easy to produce.

How To Make Modern Video Courses Online with WordPress


A picture is worth 1,000 words, and a video is worth 1,000 pictures. As a young child Chris carried around his parents’ VHS camcorder, and he would record himself climbing and make short movies. As a young child, I used to carry around my parents’ VHS camcorder, and then when I got into climbing and everything, I was always hauling my little digital video camera up the cliff and making little movies.

How to Do Video Marketing on Social Media for Course Creators with Jason Hsiao from Animoto


Chris and Jason talk about how with the content tools available today combined with a highly targeted ad campaign, your posts on social media can appear right next to the ads from huge companies with million dollar advertising budgets. Jason talks about how it is important to treat social media posts similar to a trailer for a movie. I don’t have a $5000 computer with Final Cut Pro and all this stuff, but they do know how to take pictures.

How to Level Up Your Marketing, Web Design, and Photography with Consultant and Business Coach Jean Perpillant


Chris shares how when he finds a great looking website, their use of too much stock photography can kill the brand and the great design elements in other areas of the website. Years ago, when we really first got jumping in the social media, any type of picture was fine.

Top 100 Tools for Learning in 2015


BookBub — In addition to serving as an e-reader, BookBub provides alerts for discounted or free ebooks to keep your personal library stocked. Feedie — Love taking pictures of your meals? Kickstarter — With Kickstarter, the world''s largest crowdfunding platform, the average person has the opportunity to contribute to everything from indie movie budgets to new product inventions. Learning comes in many forms, not all of which occur in a classroom.