508 11 Types of Videos You Should Be Making
10:45 AM - 11:45 AM Wednesday, March 28
Video & Media
Junior Ballroom G
It’s so easy to get caught in a rut making the same type of video, or to just go with the standard talking head video, but this can easily bore your audience and your developers. Furthermore, this lack of breadth in video types doesn’t allow for the video to really meet the needs of your audience.
In this session, you’ll look at options beyond talking head videos and explore 11 types of videos that every learning professional should be able to create. These video types can be used to address learning, performance support, and other organizational needs. In addition to the video types, you’ll explore associated costs in terms of time, effort, and distribution. Break free from the repetitive talking head videos, and make more meaningful, effective, and impactful videos.
In this session, you will learn:
- About 11 types of video that you can use in learning content
- About the general cost and effort needed to create the video types
- When not to use the types of video presented
- Questions to ask to determine which video type will help you achieve your objective
Novice to intermediate designers, developers, and managers.
Technology discussed in this session:
Video, including platforms and hosting.
Learning & Video Ambassador
Matthew Pierce, a learning and video ambassador for TechSmith Corporation, is an advocate of using video for learning, marking, and communicating. Throughout Matt’s career, he has managed training, instructional design, support, public relations, social media, and video teams at TechSmith. He has also been an instructional designer. Matt regularly contributes to several online publications in the US and UK. He has an MS in instructional technology from Indiana University.