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Engaging Learners with Video & Audio WK1

@hubcurator: There are many different ways you can incorporate video into your course, each with their own benefits. The folks at Vzaar have put together a quick guide of the different ways you can use online video to encourage effective and lasting learning.

How to effectively use videos in eLearning and microlearning | Unicorn Training

@hubcurator: Videos have been a staple of the learning diet for a long time. What has changed with eLearning is how videos fit into the new media environment and how we are (or are not) interacting with them. The most effective use of video is often combining good content with high production values which keeps people hooked, but doesn’t distract or disrupt their flow of learning. Here are some tips to create the best video possible. In this post, Jamie Paddock explores the use of videos in eLearning and microlearning, including his top tips to create engaging and effective content.

How to Get Returns from Video Learning? Note the Trends

@hubcurator: Videos are an essential component of eLearning. However, keeping them rich and relevant is far more important, because if made ineffectively, they can lead to wasted learning resources. Explore this page for insights and expertise from Jonathan Halls at Origin Learning.

5 Video Learning Facts That Make The Case For A Video Platform

@hubcurator: You don’t need us to tell you that video training is a great medium to support corporate learning — video learning continues to grow as it is the preferred medium of learning and development (L&D) professionals for supporting microlearning, connecting with Millennials, and expanding mobile learning options for employees. Use these 5 video learning statistics to build the case for video as a learning tool in your organization.

8 Important Reasons Why YouTube Should Be Part Of Your eLearning Course

@hubcurator: YouTube is not only the kingdom of digital entertainment but it can also be a great environment for learning. In this article, Christopher Pappas from eLearning Industry shares 8 important reasons why you should use YouTube in learning and explains how making it part of your blended learning campaigns can truly benefit your learners.

Using Videos in the Virtual Classroom

@hubcurator: Technology has provided educators with abundant resources that prevent online students from feeling detached and disengaged. What if we told you that among the ever-increasing technology tools available, video is a top contender for creating engagement in your online course? Check out the included infographic that shows a variety of methods and effective practices for using videos in an online course, and some helpful strategies and tips to ensure the effectiveness of video and other multimedia in students’ learning.

Five Benefits to Using Video for Learning and Training | MediaPlatform

@hubcurator: More and more companies are turning to video for corporate learning and training. And that’s no surprise considering how far enterprise video technology has evolved in the last 20 years. Quality and accessibility have increased and companies are now able to easily connect and engage their dispersed employees no matter where they are located. But video is doing more than just providing an additional layer of instruction. It is literally transforming the way we learn in the workplace. It’s creating a deeper, richer experience for not just participants, but for instructors too. Read on to learn about five benefits to using video for learning and training in the workplace.

Let's Use Video to Reinvent Education

@hubcurator: Salman Khan talks about how and why he created the remarkable Khan Academy, a carefully structured series of educational videos offering complete curricula in math and, now, other subjects. He shows the power of interactive exercises, and calls for teachers to consider flipping the traditional classroom script -- give students video lectures to watch at home, and do "homework" in the classroom with the teacher available to help.

Short Videos are Better for Learning, Right? Maybe Not.

@hubcurator: Much of the research on lecture-style teaching and lecture length (some of which predates video lectures) has been driven by pyschologists interested in issues of attention. These are studies that look for evidence of when student attention is maintained or declined during a lecture performance. Attention is a great thing to study. It is almost assuredly one of the correlates of learning outcomes (hard to learn if your mind is elsewhere), but attention is a necessary but not sufficient condition for learning. This article revisits research, old and new, on optimal lecture length, and finds that we may know less than received wisdom would suggest.

Cool Interactive Video Example for E-Learning

@hubcurator: Here is a great example of how Storyline can be used to create interactive scenarios that use video. Think about how once you build the foundation for this type of interactive, you can save it as a template and re-use it for other courses. The examples here are fun, engaging, and effective in reaching the learners.

Why Training Needs Video

@hubcurator: According to this article: "Video is like pizza, even when it’s not great it’s still pretty good. Especially if you are focusing on short videos to help people do their jobs better, faster, smarter. With a little practice and fear swallowing, you will become skilled with the camera and people will love you for bringing pizza to the party." Bring on the pizza!

Video on Its Way to Becoming Education Norm -- Campus Technology

@hubcurator: Video has become as ubiquitous in higher education classrooms as big screens in the fitness center and Hulu in residential halls, according to the latest results of Kaltura's "The State of Video in Education" report. Read on for more compelling data on the use of video as a learning tool.

Types of Videos that Can Add Punch to Your Online Training - Free EBook

@hubcurator: Online training has become better with the inclusion of videos. Their flexibility makes them an ideal choice to improve training. This eBook will make you consider harnessing the versatility and popularity of videos to increase the impact on learners, by incorporating different elements. Get to know the various types of videos that can add a punch to your training: interactive videos to activate learning; simulations for improved training results; screencasts for process and software training; and animated and real videos for better impact.

Corporate e-Learning Using Video Scenarios: A Case Study | AMP

@hubcurator: The importance of video scenarios for training and L&D goals cannot be understated. Companies now have unprecedented reach and increased engagement, all within scale. And with the sophistication of digital environments, companies are beginning to rely more on video to reach global audiences without breaking the bank. Explore this case study for ideas and inspiration.