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How to Make a Great Educational Video (Free Template)

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Creating educational videos helps students learn better — even when classes are in-person. Here’s what you’ll learn: What is an educational video? Live sessions try to mimic the face-to-face learning experience. On-demand video learning. Consider creating a storyboard.

The Ultimate Guide to Easily Make Instructional Videos

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What do you do when you need to learn something new? Or what if you need to learn how to use a new software or service? Learning and educational content are viewed over a billion times a day on YouTube. Of course, while you don’t want boring videos, your main goal is for your viewers to comprehend and learn what you are teaching them. Learn the basics, then start to upgrade your tools. Step 2: Write a storyboard and script. What is the learning objective?

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8 Tips to Incorporate Screencasts Into Your Online Training Course

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Look for a feature-rich eLearning authoring tool that gives you the power to add effects and integrate elements from the built-in library, such as graphics or background music to create a more polished presentation. Create an outline or storyboard that highlights the key discussion points, including which features or functions you need to cover during the online presentation. Concentrate on Training Gaps and Learning Objectives.

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. Screencasts can include music, voice narration, and animated text, or they can be simpler and show only the on-screen action and result.