P3 Video Production for Online Teaching and Engagement
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM Monday, June 6
Today’s eLearning developers are building content in a world of streaming multimedia, YouTube, and traditional media’s blending with web media. New styles of video production and video engagement are being developed to meet the needs of eLearning developers, giving them options for producing video on tiny budgets with relatively little technical expertise and short timelines. Meanwhile, many of the classic strategies of video production still apply today, and the standard questions about bandwidth, file size, compression, and video codecs always come up.
Although it’s becoming ever easier to create video content, producers who understand the challenges (and sometimes advantages) of low production values and high-engagement online video will have a significant advantage in engaging their increasingly multimedia-saturated and mobile learners. The goal of this workshop is to empower you to shoot, edit, and distribute your training video content online. You will learn about all aspects of producing video content for learning.
In this session, you will learn:
- To recognize new learning opportunities afforded by modern online video style (particularly low production values)
- How to shoot video in a style anticipated by today’s learners
- How to edit a video built for eLearning
- The ever-present technical challenges of streaming, file types, and bit rate
Novice and intermediate designers, developers, project managers, and managers.
discussed in this session:
Various video technologies.
Ty Marbut Instructional Video
Ty Marbut, executive producer at Ty Marbut Instructional Video, is an independent producer, director, editor, and adviser of instructional multimedia and documentary films. Focusing on training principles drawn from research in cognitive psychology, Ty works with teachers and teams in higher education, private companies, and government to deliver their messages as effectively as possible through multimedia immersion, high level-of-processing interaction, and the efficient use of existing media and human talent. His specialty areas include instructional video production and direction, training others in video production, and interactive video pedagogy.