The Video Revolution

October 19, 2016

Video has existed, in various forms, for over a century. The use of video in support of training and learning has existed for almost as long. And yet, while the quality of video has increased a great deal, the actual medium itself and the passive nature of consuming video content has remained unchanged for decades. But that’s all starting to change.

This Spotlight explores four examples of video being used to innovate organizational learning and performance programs. The four targeted sessions examine use cases of video that will challenge you to think differently about how video can be used as part of your organizational learning strategy.


8:30 AM – 9:30 AM Pacific Time

Leila OrtegaLeila Ortega
Training Video Developer, On-screen and Voice Talent
Cisco Systems
Jason BramletteJason Bramlette
Project Manager, On-screen and Voice Talent
Cisco Systems


101: Shining on a Shoestring: Top Quality Training Videos for Cheap

You could buy a midsize house with the amount some video production companies charge for training. So how do you produce a professional-quality training video on a nearly nonexistent budget? Learn more.

10:00 AM – 11:00 AM Pacific Time

Robert LeavittRobert Leavitt
Manager, Instructional Design
Investools/TD Ameritrade
Benjamin MillerBenjamin Miller
Manager, IEG Content
Investools/TD Ameritrade

201: Sideline to Prime Time: Scaling Video Education in Your Organization

Many learners prefer video content; however, designing and developing great video content can be difficult and labor intensive. Additionally, gaining stakeholder buy-in on a microlearning-based curriculum can be a challenge. Learn more.

11:30 AM – 12:30 PM Pacific Time

Caleb Hanson

Caleb Hanson
VP of Product
Rapt Media

301: Control, Alt, Delete: How to Reboot Your Video Strategy

Today’s workforce requires an emotional connection and a sense of purpose that traditional corporate communications and trainings have struggled to achieve. Meeting this need on budget and using the resources at hand requires new thinking and technology.  Learn more.

1:00 PM – 2:00 PM Pacific Time

Ken ThomasKen Thomas
Learning & Development Manager
United Federal Credit Union
Robert BeauchampBob Beauchamp
Senior Training Specialist
United Federal Credit Union

401: Leveraging the “Show Me” Video in Training and Knowledge Management Systems

Using short, narrated “show me” videos can help novices learn new tasks and allow experts to refresh their knowledge. However, the thought of creating, producing, and hosting videos for eLearning programs can be daunting.  Learn more.

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