How to Use Video to Enhance Your Online Course

LearnDash

Prove the value of your course to learners by including video content. Video content is one such indicator of a high-quality course. But it’s just one of several key reasons behind why you should use video in your e-learning course. Video raises the production value of your course. Yes, creating video takes more time than simply writing out a script. And by creating video content, you signal commitment to your course. Get a microphone.

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6 Essential Tools for Creating an Awesome Online Course

TalentLMS

Creating courses takes skills in videography, instructional design, animation, screencasting, video editing, and that’s to say nothing of the skills needed to deliver or promote a course to students. Let’s start with the video camera. What video camera is best for online courses?

Reformat your training sessions to increase their impact

LearnUpon

Converting the training session to a video. Once the live session has taken place you should convert the content to a format that can be uploaded into a course in your LMS. GoToTraining, WebEx, and Adobe Connect all record live sessions to video formats, such as mp4.

Snagit 11.1 Release – Windows 8 compatibility, system audio capture, and more

Visual Lounge

System Audio Recording: Capture the sound coming from your computer speakers and from your microphone. Useful for capturing things like a YouTube video or Flash game ( tutorial ). Control Video Capture from Other Apps: Snagit’s COM server now supports video capture ( PDF guide ).

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Repurpose Your Content: Make a Blog Video!

Visual Lounge

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.

Using Video in Training: Should You or Shouldn’t You?

The Learning Dispatch

You’ve likely taken training with a video component. Here’s what the research says about using video in training, and a few tips on how to get started. . So, I’m Thinking about Using Video in My Training. Tools for developing video are sophisticated and mature.

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How to Add Video to eLearning on a Budget

Mindflash

There’s no doubt video is an essential component in your eLearning tool box. Video can enhance learning retention by accommodating multiple learning styles, including aural, visual, verbal, and even kinesthetic learning styles. Fortunately, DIY-type videos are do-able for amateurs.

Top 10 Screen Recording Software for Windows

eLearning Brothers

Videos are excellent tools for visual and auditory learners. The ability to make a screencast video can also be used to showcase your creativity when playing games like Minecraft and recreating scenes from movies and/or filming music videos in simulation games like The Sims.

Create a Holiday Greeting Card Video with Camtasia Studio 8.4 – Part 1

Visual Lounge

You might share them via text or social media, however, have you ever considered using Camtasia Studio to create holiday video cards to make your images come alive with music and your voice? In this tutorial, you will create a winter holiday greeting card video using Camtasia Studio.

The Beginners Guide to Successful Video Pre Production

Visual Lounge

It All Starts With Video Pre Production. The first video I made was by far the toughest one. And I learned exactly what you need to do to make your first video. Can’t see the embedded Video? Watch the Before Starting Video on YouTube. Let’s make a great video.

Joe Ganci – Crystal Balling with Learnnovators

Learnnovators

When teaching surgery, drag-and-drop exercises and video may be very important. When I meet with clients, I often will show examples of the same content in three or more formats: 1) linear with little interactivity, 2) linear with more interactivity, 3) nonlinear, case-based scenarios with multiple branching. For instance, in the early days using video meant having a large videodisc player attached to a computer. ABOUT JOE GANCI (President, eLearningJoe, LLC).