T102 Maximum Impact with Interactive Video
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM Wednesday, March 22
Retention and engagement are two drivers you focus on when trying to design effective learning experiences. That said, it can be difficult to find solutions that manage to retain your audience’s interest, present the content you need them to know, test their knowledge, and adjust materials based on the results. But a blending of technologies is emerging that uses the pairing of attention-grabbing media with more adaptive approaches to achieve all these goals and more: interactive video.
In this session, you’ll find out how HTML5 interactive video allows for user interaction and assessment, which in turn can provide added depth and engagement to your content. By putting the audience in control of the video and providing quiz questions that change the course of the content depending on how they answer, interactive video can give your viewers more autonomy while also giving them personalized and targeted content. This session will help you learn how to design and develop these interactive experiences, which both keep your audience more interested and give them a better understanding of the content you want them to master.
In this session, you will learn:
- Why HTML5 interactive video can make your content more effective
- How interactive video can use adaptive learning techniques to boost retention and engagement
- How you can create video prompts that respond to a viewer’s actions
- How to gather data from your interactive videos to improve audience and course outcomes
Novice to intermediate designers, developers, and managers.
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Sr. Instructional Designer
Allison Selby is a senior instructional designer with Collibra, a data governance company. Her role focuses on designing and producing curriculum for data governance clients and practitioners, and collaborating with subject matter experts to develop online coursework leading to certification through Collibra University. Allison has also taught in higher education for 10 years.