SELT103 6 Ways Every Learning Leader Should Be Using Video
12:15 PM - 1:00 PM Wednesday, October 24
Expo Hall: eLearning Tools Stage
Melissa is a rising star at your company. She’s been promoted five times in as many years, and is on track to join your leadership bench program. Unfortunately, she just gave her two weeks’ notice. Capturing the knowledge of exiting employees is just one of the ways you could be using video but probably aren’t. Join this session to explore six real examples of how companies are improving their learning strategies with video. You’ll also explore trends driving the use of video, and how you can tap them within your business.
This session will identify six novel and uncommon ways L&D teams can use video for employee training and communications, based on real examples from companies like Qualcomm, Siemens, Tableau Software, Perkins Coie, and more. You’ll also hear about five technology and social trends that are making video more available and expected among your employees, no matter how much (or how little) you’ve been using video to date.
In this session, you will learn:
- New ways to use video to create and curate formal learning opportunities
- New ways to implement video to support and scale informal learning initiatives at all levels of the organization
- About technology shifts that are making video more accessible to all employees
- How Millennials’ learning experiences in college will accelerate the use of video in business
Novice to advanced designers, developers, managers, senior leaders (VP, CLO, executive, etc.), and anyone convinced they could be getting more value out of video.
Technology discussed in this session:
Video storage and streaming, video content search, and video recording.
Head of Customer Evangelism
Steve Rozillis is part of the team at Panopto, helping L&D professionals to convert general interest in video into concrete, practical applications for video-enabled training, communications, social learning, and knowledge management programs. He is a graduate of the University of Michigan and Duquesne University. A father of two children under 8, his hobbies today include a surprising number of arts and crafts projects.