Videos add great value to learning and are used to reduce the load of reading on the learner and help them retain information. You can enrich your videos by adding captions, images, transitions, music, visuals, callouts, banners, and animated backgrounds and in most cases, “live” training videos need to be edited to enhance their quality. To do all these, you may require some software tools. Many free video editing tools are available in the market.
Diversity training helps create a proactive work environment by educating employees on how to respect and include people of diverse backgrounds. You can promote teamwork and prevent potential civil rights violations in your organization, with proper diversity training. However, a Harvard study showed that diversity training has no positive effects on the average workforce, due to various reasons. So, how can you bring that energy back to your diversity training?
Videos are inarguably the most popular online media elements. A study by Cisco reveals that videos will make up 82% of all IP traffic by 2020, up from 70% in 2015. The phenomenal growth in the use of videos is compelling companies to go for video-based learning in a big way.
Over the last few years, the popularity of online videos is growing by leaps and bounds. A study by Cisco revealed that by 2020, over 82% of all Internet traffic will be video. The phenomenal growth in the use of videos is compelling the corporate training world to develop video-based learning resources in a big way.
Effective videos can engage viewers, even in this era when the attention span of humans has become less than that of a Goldfish. Such an effective medium to engage people could be a great medium to train your employees as well. However, you cannot just dump text, publish it as a video, and give it to your learners.
Video – a media format that is rocking the online world. According to the whitepaper, The Zettabyte Era, 82% of all Internet traffic will be video, by 2020. The phenomenal growth in the popularity of videos is compelling companies to deliver training content in the form of video-based learning modules, in a big way.
Microlearning is ideal for training the learner of the 21st century, whose ability to focus effectively is very limited. What is the best way to use microlearning?
Many organizations are using videos to connect with customers, provide them support, and educate them on their products. Videos clearly address the pain points of customers and demonstrate key features of the product, in a concise and easy-to-understand manner.
Many organizations have hundreds of e-learning videos developed in Flash. However, the advent of mobiles has reduced the utility of these web-based learning resources as they cannot be accessed on smartphones and tablets. How can these videos developed in Flash, be made mobile-compatible? Converting them to the MP4 format will help.
In recent years, the demand for online videos is increasing by leaps and bounds. A study by Cisco revealed that IP video traffic will be 82 percent of all consumer Internet traffic by 2020, up from 70 percent in 2015. The phenomenal growth in the popularity of videos is compelling the corporate world to go for video-based learning materials in a big way.