206 Improving Skills with Collaborative Interactive Video

1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Wednesday, June 8


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Practice makes perfect. Few would argue with that statement, but how do you provide enough time for ongoing practice and meaningful feedback with time-crunched employees?

In this session, you will learn how a video learning portal enabled with patented video interactivity directly impacts and improves the skills of students and employees. See how, by applying the power of a secure, interactive video portal, student practice is recorded, reviewed, and commented on privately or in peer groups. Learn how video enables subject matter experts to rate, rank, share, and collaborate with learners to both extend the reach of those subject matter experts and provide learners with more opportunity to practice new skills.

In this session, you will learn:

  • About the components of a measurable, collaborative learning environment
  • Best practices for improving skills through use of interactive video
  • Strategies for connecting, teaching, and maintaining student engagement
  • How to combine video-based learning, collaborative sharing, ranking, rating, and reinforcement

Novice managers and directors.

Technology discussed in this session:

Carrie Strohl

VP, Product and Operations


Carrie Strohl is a vice president of product and operations at Viddler. Previously, she accumulated more than 12 years’ experience developing educational software products for K-12, higher education, professional, and international education markets for Pearson. Carrie earned a bachelor of arts degree from Cornell University and is pursuing an MBA at Lehigh University.

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