601 BYOL: MacGyvering Your Own Interactive Video
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Wednesday, June 21
Interactive videos increasingly are seen as one of the most effective ways to demonstrate a desired behavior while maximizing learner retention. However, the high cost of external video production combined with expensive interactive video authoring tools often means that this solution is out of reach for many organizations—but it doesn’t have to be.
In this session, you’ll see how easy it is to develop effective interactive videos using the equipment you have in your pocket and the computer you use every day. Don’t think you have what it takes? You’ll find out that you do by developing your own interactive video within the session! First, you’ll be walked through a branching and quizzing template. Then, you’ll learn about the basic setup required to shoot your video. Finally, you’ll find out how to bring it all together with a commonly used eLearning authoring tool.
In this session, you will learn:
- Why interactive videos are more effective than standard linear videos
- How to plan and script your own interactive video
- About the basic video production techniques required to produce a video in-house
- How to use a standard eLearning authoring tool to develop interactive videos
Intermediate to advanced designers, developers, and managers.
discussed in this session:
Articulate Storyline and Adobe Captivate.
Laptop running an eLearning authoring tool (Storyline 360 or Captivate).
Manager, Learning Solutions
Adam Ross is a manager of learning solutions for Canadian Tire Corporation. He has been in the training and development field for over 10 years, and he currently leads a team of learning and design professionals who are accountable for developing transformative learning solutions for more than 35,000 staff members across over 500 retail locations. His team was recently awarded a Brandon Hall Award of Excellence for best use of video for learning, as well as an Award of Excellence from the Institute for Performance and Learning (formally CSTD), which is the national association for workplace learning in Canada.
Lead Learning Solution Consultant
Canadian Tire Corporation
Veronica Escutia is a lead learning solution consultant for Canadian Tire Corporation. She began her career as a web designer before transitioning to the world of instructional design. Since then, she has combined her love of design and learning into a career as an eLearning professional, with a strong focus on video production. Within her team, Veronica was the source of technical knowledge that led to the team’s gaining expertise in video production; in 2015, the team was recognized for a “Jolt” award for its in- house video production capacity by the Institute for Performance and Learning.