Video has the power to make content easier for people to understand and more engaging for them to experience. In the past, this medium was often cost-prohibitive, but advances in hardware and software have now made video an affordable option for any L&D team. Now the bigger challenge of incorporating video isn't the cost—it's using this medium effectively.
The Using Video for Learning Spotlight will help you learn more about the strategies and processes you can use to create videos efficiently and ensure they make the right impact on your audience. You'll take a closer look at proven techniques for designing and developing high-quality videos, as well as how you can make your creations effective for learning.
When you’re thinking about how to make great videos, there’s a lot you can do before you even start filming. In this session, you’ll discover preproduction scripting steps that can streamline your video production, make what you create more engaging and useful for your audience, and even help your video stay relevant for longer. Learn more.
Video can be a great tool for L&D, but a number of production hurdles along the way can make your videos less effective or harder to produce. In this session, you’ll explore the most common of these: the seven deadly sins of video creation. You’ll take a closer look at what they are and how you can overcome them, or even avoid them entirely! Learn more.
In this session, you'll find out how encouraging experts to create their own videos and screencasts for others in the workplace can be an effective way to extend knowledge in an organization. You'll explore what strategies, best practices, and tools can help you get the most out of user-generated videos. Learn more.
1:00 PM – 2:00 PM Pacific Time
Brian Hardin Manager of Media-Based Training Sally Beauty Holdings
If you’re getting started with video, your options for tools and software may seem overwhelming. In this session, you’ll find out about some of the best tools for people new to video creation, how to use these tools effectively, and why you don’t have to break your budget to create high-quality video. Learn more.