SEMT203 Video Bookmarkers—Here Comes Disruption
12:15 PM - 1:00 PM Thursday, October 25
Expo Hall: Emerging Tech Stage
Short videos—less than two minutes in length—or long videos chunked up into short, digestible bits are retained longer and are more frequently shared and consumed. Creating, managing, and updating short, digestible content has become a challenge in most organizations. The desire is to be able to create content by anyone, anytime, and deliver it in an exciting and digestible way.
This session will demonstrate many ways to easily create digestible content to deliver and track within an LMS. You will learn how to create quick videos with a single message and chunk up your long videos using chaptering technology. Key to the session will be exploration in administrator, SME, and user-generated content. Video learning can create digestible content to maximize the impact of your learning. Engage users with SCORM tracking, bookmarking, PowerPoint association, chapter highlights, and microlearning.
In this session, you will learn:
- How to create short, digestible content
- How to direct users to a specific area of a video for emphasis
- How to take your PowerPoint and create an engaging experience for the learners
- How to take a video and create SCORM object for tracking details
- How to create user-generated content
- About closed captioning in video
- About on-demand video with social discussion forums
Novice to intermediate designers, managers, senior leaders (directors, VP, CLO, executive, etc.), and creative LMS administrators.
Technology discussed in this session:
KZO Innovations’ enterprise-wide video and NetDimensions’ enterprise learning management system.
Sr. Solutions Consultant
NetDimensions | KZO Innovations
Ali Zaheer, a senior global solutions consultant at NetDimensions/KZO Innovations, has been in the L&D industry for over 16 years. His experience includes learning system administration, exam systems, and content development. Ali specializes in creative learning presentations with engaging learner experiences. His passion is experimenting with new technologies that increase learner adoption.