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Using Video in eLearning

Integrated Learnings

by Dean Hawkinson One of the growing trends in eLearning and mLearning these days is the use of video. Video, when used properly, can be a very effective tool in supporting the learning process, whether as a part of an eLearning course or as standalone videos delivered via mobile devices. When using video within an eLearning or mLearning course, it is important to keep it relatively short. For this article, I would like to focus on video in an eLearning course.

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8 Examples Of Video-Based Learning For Corporate Training

EI Design

The usage of videos for learning is an established practice. In this article, I share 8 examples on how you can use video based learning. Video-Based Learning For Corporate Training. We all are aware of the popularity of videos. Explainer Videos Featuring Experts.

Upgrade Your Training With 5 Interactive Video Strategies

EI Design

The usage of videos for learning is well established, but the trend you should watch out for and adopt is the interactive video. In this article, I show you 5 interactive video strategies that you can use to create high-impact online training. Curation (from YouTube).

8 Examples Of Video-Based Learning For Corporate Training

Adobe Captivate

The usage of videos for learning is an established practice. In this article, I share 8 examples on how you can use video based learning. Video-Based Learning For Corporate Training. We all are aware of the popularity of videos. Let me highlight their impact through some statistics: There are 22 billion daily video views: Snapchat (10 billion), Facebook (8 billion), and YouTube (4 billion). What Is Driving The Wider Usage Of Video Based Learning?

22 Powerful Tools to Create and Edit your Own Instructional Videos

learnWorlds

It’s not one, neither two, but 22 Powerful Tools to Create and Edit your Own Instructional Videos. Achieving a fantastic online course is more or less equivalent to creating one or more great videos for your students. Easy to Use Tools to Edit Videos on your Computer.

Repurpose Your Content: Make a Blog Video!

TechSmith Camtasia

Since you’re already writing the post –why not also make a blog video? A vlog is a blog that is primarily delivered in video format. For our purposes, when we say blog video , we’re talking about a video summary of a blog post. Step 5: Assemble your blog video.

Upgrade Your Training With 5 Interactive Video Strategies

Adobe Captivate

The usage of videos for learning is well established, but the trend you should watch out for and adopt is the interactive video. In this article, I show you 5 interactive video strategies that you can use to create high-impact online training. Curation (from YouTube).

How to Look Professional On Camera

TechSmith Camtasia

Everyone is producing video nowadays and if you want to stand out and get views, you’ve got to look good on camera. If you want to have success with online video, then you need to know the steps to looking professional on camera. Can’t see the embedded video?

Three Reasons Why Education Is VR’s Future

Brella

That age-old teaching adage is taking on new meaning in today’s classrooms thanks to Virtual Reality (VR) and 360-degree video. Here are three reasons why educational publishers need to add VR and 360-degree video to their curriculum offerings. Learning from experience.

E-Learning Screen recording and video solutions – Should b simple, so why isn’t it?

eLearning 24-7

Video. In their rush to jump on the video bandwagon, many screen recording software companies are adding this capability. Frankly, I am a fan of it, but if you are going this route than offer the following: Multiple tracks of video – rather than a track or two. Ability to add basic transitional effects – for those that want to use it . Ability to convert various types of video formats to other video formats.

Joe Ganci – Crystal Balling with Learnnovators

Learnnovators

Learnnovators: You have conducted many reviews to evaluate the effectiveness of various e-learning authoring tools. When teaching surgery, drag-and-drop exercises and video may be very important. What would be your advice for them to upskill (re-learn the strategies) for designing effective learning solutions for today’s situations? For instance, in the early days using video meant having a large videodisc player attached to a computer.