210 Interactive Video Examples: Learning from the Best
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Tuesday, March 27
Video & Media
Interactive video for training and learning is an extremely beneficial method of engaging viewers and increasing knowledge transfer. Many people have heard of interactive video but might not know how to get started, what the best practices are, what’s possible, or how it works with tools they already use. This session will help companies and institutions add an engaging asset to their toolbox and be better informed in their video strategy planning.
In this session, you’ll explore some of the best interactive videos in the eLearning and training space, discussing viewer engagement tactics, best practices, adaptive experiences, branching, scalability, production quality, data collection, and integration into existing learning strategies.
In this session, you will learn:
- Best practices of interactive video
- How other educators are leveraging interactive video in their curriculum
- How to scale interactive video strategies
- How to leverage data obtained from viewer engagement with interactive video
Novice to advanced project managers, managers, and directors.
Technology discussed in this session:
Interactive video from a variety of sources and technologies, displaying on laptop, tablet, and mobile.
HapYak Interactive Video
Kyle Morton is the founder of HapYak Interactive Video. A veteran of successful startups, Kyle has more than a decade of experience in search, advertising, and web video. He has held leadership positions with private and venture-funded startups including RAMP Video, where he led product strategy; Secure-Bank, one of the first internet credit card processors; WebOS, a pioneer in internet applications; and Third Screen Media, one of the first mobile advertising platforms. At HapYak, Kyle leads product strategy and partnerships.