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The use of Video in Learning and Development Programs

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The use of Video in Learning and Development Programs

  1. 1. OutlineOutline Welcome Agenda – see handout Introductions Warm – Up Content
  2. 2. Warm - UpWarm - Up
  3. 3. Warm - UpWarm - Up • Review • Chunked Information
  4. 4. Warm - UpWarm - Up Communication?
  5. 5. Warm - UpWarm - Up • User Generated Content • Audience
  6. 6. Warm - UpWarm - Up • Location of Content • Audience
  7. 7. Warm - UpWarm - Up • Location of Content • Audience
  8. 8. Warm - UpWarm - Up • Where learning is happening
  9. 9. Warm - UpWarm - Up • Changing Technology • Audience • User Generated Content
  10. 10. Warm-up SummaryWarm-up Summary Review Chunked Information Communication User Generated Content Audience Location of Content Where Learning is Happening Changing Technology
  11. 11. HOW CANVIDEO BE USEDHOW CANVIDEO BE USED INTRAINING?INTRAINING? (ONLINE OR FACE-TO-FACE)(ONLINE OR FACE-TO-FACE)
  12. 12. WEBINAR:WEBINAR: USEVIDEOTO BRING ON-USEVIDEOTO BRING ON- DEMAND CONTENTTODEMAND CONTENTTO LIFELIFE
  13. 13. Using Video in an e-Learning courseUsing Video in an e-Learning course SummarySummary What Corporate wanted: ◦ Create & field learning programs whose content is relevant across OpCo’s ◦ Help OpCo’s create and deliver “local” and highly customized content more easily and cost-effectively
  14. 14. Using Video in an e-Learning courseUsing Video in an e-Learning course SummarySummary Why Video? ◦ Reduce training costs (Traveling) ◦ Limited Time of Experts ◦ Learners Time Tables What did they want from the solution? ◦ Low cost ◦ Video content that could be accessed inside and outside an LMS ◦ Video = Seeing the presenters ◦ Navigation Window
  15. 15. Using Video in an e-Learning courseUsing Video in an e-Learning course SummarySummary Solution = Knowledge Vision Systems ◦ Cloud-based ◦ Video + PPT + Navigation + Text ◦ JIT footnotes, reference links, handouts Use: ◦ Recorded sessions ◦ Live Events ◦ Outside Experts ◦ Trainers
  16. 16. Using Video in an e-Learning courseUsing Video in an e-Learning course SummarySummary Audience Orientation: ◦ Beginners = Audio + PPT only ◦ Advanced users = Video + PPT + Navigation + Text Training Plan to keep the initiative going
  17. 17. Susan MccliveSusan Mcclive -McCLIVE Learning Group-McCLIVE Learning Group -Using video in an e-learning Course-Using video in an e-learning Course
  18. 18. Using Video in an e-LearningUsing Video in an e-Learning Course SummaryCourse Summary Purpose of the course Training Initiative and why video? When the use of Video is helpful Main points from the demo Production and Access Cost, Pricing, Reward Issues: Permission Experience in creating a course
  19. 19. JEFF POTOCKIJEFF POTOCKI -MERCER-MERCER -USINGVIDEOTO SUPPORT-USINGVIDEOTO SUPPORT ORGANIZATIONALORGANIZATIONAL NETWORKSNETWORKS
  20. 20. Using Video to SupportUsing Video to Support Organizational Networks SummaryOrganizational Networks Summary Support Career Development Initiative Obtain perspectives from different Women in the organization Marketed via e-mail First time project Cost = Time (SME and Producing) Used pocket video and produced with free tools ID Video Techniques
  21. 21. Other FormatsOther Formats Role Play/Scenario
  22. 22. Other FormatsOther Formats Demonstrate / How-To
  23. 23. Other FormatsOther Formats SME Interview
  24. 24. Other FormatsOther Formats “Man on the Street” Interview / Feedback
  25. 25. Other FormatsOther Formats Panel Discussion
  26. 26. ADVANTAGES ANDADVANTAGES AND WHY NOW!WHY NOW!
  27. 27. Distribution and DevicesDistribution and Devices
  28. 28. Rapid e-LearningRapid e-Learning
  29. 29. Just-in-TimeJust-in-Time
  30. 30. User GeneratedUser Generated
  31. 31. Low CostLow Cost
  32. 32. Learning ChunksLearning Chunks
  33. 33. Disadvantages of Using VideoDisadvantages of Using Video Bandwidth Issues Not SCORM compliant There will be a Learning Curve Lack of Support The “one and done” project
  34. 34. Disadvantages of Video in LearningDisadvantages of Video in Learning (Instructional)(Instructional) No Virtual Interaction with the Learner One Way Interaction End User Training
  35. 35. What have you experienced – what worked, what didn’t?
  36. 36. What are the technology requirements (to develop, store, deliver and monitor usage)?
  37. 37. Recording Hardware: CamerasRecording Hardware: Cameras V.S.
  38. 38. Studio HardwareStudio Hardware Tripod LightingLapel Mic
  39. 39. SoftwareSoftware AudacityWindows Movie Maker
  40. 40. DistributionDistribution
  41. 41. How do you plan a video project? -See handout(s)
  42. 42. What are some instructional design tips when creating video for L&D? -See handout(s)
  43. 43. BasicVideo Instructional DesignBasicVideo Instructional Design Thank You References Follow-up Summary Shots Address Camera Content Intro SME Info Outline/ Script 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
  44. 44. How can you create video on a small budget?
  45. 45. UnderstandYour RoleUnderstandYour Role Project Manager Instructional Designer Script Writer DirectorVideographer Editor Distributor
  46. 46. MERCER SETUPMERCER SETUP EXAMPLEEXAMPLE
  47. 47. What’s the future use of video in training?
  48. 48. What resources are available for further development? -See handout(s)
  49. 49. Questions Or Comments?Questions Or Comments? ThankYou!

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