Ideas, Tips, and Resources for Using Video in Your Online Training

Mindflash

They’re over-produced – replete with unrealistic scenarios, quasi-aspirational music, and distracting animation effects. Pinnacle Studio. I have a love/hate relationship with training videos.

Ideas 98

Ideas, Tips, and Resources for Using Video in Your Online Training

Mindflash

They’re over-produced – replete with unrealistic scenarios, quasi-aspirational music, and distracting animation effects. I have a love/hate relationship with training videos. On the one hand I love how engaging video can be for demonstrating complex concepts or processes.

Ideas 97

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ELearning is Dead, Dormant or in Denial

Wonderful Brain

I asked a colleague who was quite sanguine about this and we agreed there are virtually no new positions for directors, managers or above in the big leagues — organizations are just playing musical chairs with execs.

Ninety years on

Clive on Learning

I edited the video using Pinnacle Studio, adding in dozens of stills, and exported to two DVDs which we duplicated and distributed to all family members. This January saw the cebration of my mother's 90th birthday (which, you must be thinking, means she must have had me when she was about 60).

My top ten tools

Clive on Learning

Pinnacle Studio: This is a cheapy video editor. Cubase 4: Music is my original love and I've spent 1000s of hours with Cubase, one of the world's most popular sequencers and digital audio workstations. Jane Hart asked me to come up with a list of my top ten tools. Jane has already persuaded Jay Cross to do his (and very interesting it is too, see here ) and now it's my turn. Here goes: Office 07: Unlike many of my colleagues I have never been a Microsoft hater.