214 BYOD: Storytelling on Steroids with VideoScribe
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Tuesday, March 27
Do you have a story to tell? A lesson to teach? A product to market? VideoScribe lets you do all that. Rapidly. VideoScribe lets you create cool whiteboard-style animations that you can insert into eLearning or presentations, or post online. It’s magic for relaying stories and represents a game-changer in the world of learning.
Your brain likes a good story. When you’re listening to a story, your brain lights up like a pinball machine! It is not just sitting there decoding language, but instead fully engaged and experiencing the events of the story. This is why storytelling is such a great learning tool. And scribe videos can improve learning retention by as much as 15 percent!
In this session, you will learn:
- How to create a new scribe to tell a story
- How to add and manipulate images and text on the canvas
- How to adjust draw and play time
- How to preview, play, and save scribes
- How to add music to a scribe
- How to insert a scribe into a PPT deck
Novice designers and developers with intermediate computer skills.
Technology discussed in this session:
Participant technology requirements:
A laptop running VideoScribe (free trial version is OK).
Learning Experience Architect
Karin Rex is a learning experience architect at Geeky Girl as well as an author, facilitator, instructional designer, and frequent speaker on technology-related topics. Since 1989, Karin has owned Geeky Girl, a boutique learning organization where she devotes her time to writing, teaching, and course development (eLearning, virtual classroom, face-to-face classroom, and blended). Karin is a certified synchronous facilitator, designer, and producer with a master’s degree in professional writing. Additionally, Karin teaches professional writing, technical writing, and web writing classes for Penn State University and DeVry University.