Video is an effective modality, especially when used in combination with other tools as part of a multimodal training strategy.
Luckily, there are some easy ways to not only keep the attention of your learners but also create a better learning experience. Here are the five golden rules of video training content.
With its ability to shorten employee onboarding, increase retention of information and reduce the amount of classroom time, it’s imperative that organizations across all industries tap into the power of video to enhance internal training programs.
Video has become an essential component of every learning strategy. L&D professionals are being asked to serve as company innovators. Let us help you do that with a medium that your employees are already using multiple times each day.
Video is a popular medium in entertainment and for learning non-work-related skills. It’s also becoming increasingly popular in workplace learning. Learners are increasingly expecting to see video in training content.
The proliferation of a younger, more tech-savvy workforce has increased demand for online training and e-learning content to unprecedented heights. The supreme content type in driving this demand is video content.
Vbrick, the leading provider of enterprise video software, today announced it has received $20 million in funding led by Morgan Stanley Expansion Capital, with participation from existing investors Acme Nova and Adams Capital.
Ninety percent of organizations today make training videos. Learning executives and training managers should make sure the people who make training videos consider the risks of production, evaluate their likelihood and apply strategies that prevent them.