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March 22 – 24, 2017 Orlando, FL

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LS706 Best Practices for Leveraging Instructional Video

2:30 PM - 3:30 PM Thursday, March 23

Video

Web video is seeing massive growth, and learners are not only consuming video but also making it. The literature indicates that there is an abundance of both underuse and overuse of videos in learning environments. Long, not engaging, and ill-prepared videos are very common.

In this session, you will learn about implementation strategies that have been effective for embedding video into the learning environment, based on sound learning and cognitive theories, using researched data and best practices from professionals. You will explore specific findings about best practices such as length of a video, how to best use captions, and which types of video to use for education and training. The answers can greatly help instructors, training professionals, administrators, instructional designers, and students in determining the best use of instructional video.

In this session, you will learn:

  • How people can learn better and faster with video
  • How cognitive load can be reduced through video
  • How multimedia theory can be used for video production
  • How video can enhance a teacher’s presence
  • How video captions can help reinforce content

Audience:
Novice to advanced designers and developers.

Carlos da Cruz Alves

Manager, Course Production

Royal Roads University

Carlos da Cruz Alves is a course production manager at Royal Roads University. He is responsible for leading the efficient management and operations of course production and course technical support for all credit courses delivered through the LMS. Carlos has co-developed more than 1,000 online courses. He is finishing a master of arts in learning and technology and is an ITIL Foundation Certified Professional. Carlos has also studied digital audio workstations at Full Sail University, electronics and systems engineering at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, and computer systems technology at Camosun College. He speaks English, Portuguese, and Spanish.

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