8 Ways An Enterprise Video Platform Can Help You Deliver eLearning Content

Every year, the demand for remote educational opportunities increases, and more and more forward-thinking businesses and higher education institutions are leveraging the power of eLearning to train all levels of remote learners, from topic beginners to advanced professionals. But how can trainers and content authors maximize the educational impact of their eLearning courses and materials? Read on for eight powerful ways an enterprise video platform can help trainers deliver quality eLearning content.

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Creating Immersive Learning Experiences Using 360-Degree Videos

You don’t need to invest in expensive technology to provide your learners with an immersive learning experience, you can simply use 360-degree videos. In this article, we’ll discuss 3 points about using 360-degree videos to create an immersive learning experience for your learners.

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How Video-Based Learning Impacts The Future Of Corporate Training

Outside the firewall, the future of video-based learning is already here. How will the future arrive in your company? Here’s what you need to know to chart a successful path forward with video-based learning.

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eBook Release: Video-Based Learning Best Practices And Tips

We can definitely say that video-based learning has come to stay. But what should eLearning professionals be aware of when implementing it for corporate training? In this article, I'll highlight all the elements that embody the successful application of video-based learning in corporate training.

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Video for learning – 15 things the research says – some may shock you…

Die heutige Begeisterung für Video, so Donald Clark, ist die eine Sache. Aber als Bildungsexperten sollten wir wissen, welche Regeln für den Video-Einsatz in Lernprozessen gelten. Unzählige wissenschaftliche Studien helfen da weiter. Einige Ergebnisse und Erfahrungen zählt Donald Clark in seinem Beitrag auf. Zum Beispiel: „Keep videos at 6 minutes or less – the less the better.“ Oder: „Should you give learners control of video? Yes.“ Und: „For subjects that are semantically rich, getting rid of the face is a good thing as it reduces cognitive load.“ Oder: „The smaller the screen the less you learn.“ 

15 Punkte. Die meisten Erkenntnisse kommen weniger überraschend als es der Titel des Beitrags andeutet. Viele Erkenntnisse müssen auch nicht absolut gelesen werden, da uns Videos heute ja nicht unmittelbar und isoliert begegnen, sondern als Bausteine von Plattformen, Webseiten, Prozessen, Aufgaben, kurz: Lernumgebungen. Trotzdem kann man natürlich vieles falsch machen.
Donald Clark, Donald Clark Plan B, 30. November 2019

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Free asset – Using markers with overlays to make things easier!


Hi all – this is a re-usable asset with a focus on both markers and overlays in an interactive video. I discovered something really interesting in putting this together. It’s that when you are inserting overlays, the possible overlay slides show up pretty small, and unless you have large font or images, they can be hard to see, making it hard to distinguish which one you need.

But fun fact! You can insert markers to show you the exact position in which to insert the overlay slides, and THEN go back, look at the overlay slides directly, and return to the interactive video to insert the correct overlay slide in the correct place.

Captivate makes this look so professional, and I’m excited to demo it at our next sprint review, for the new product managers that I hope will find it useful.

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Sample project showing 2 camera angles and image with overlay

I hope this is helpful to people. This is an example project of filming a person talking with two separate cameras, then changing back and forth between camera angles. And also occasionally showing a picture all in the same mp4 video. I filmed that with two panasonic cameras, edited in video editing software (camtasia 2019), then imported the mp4 with both angles and greenscreen removed to captivate.

Then created a knowledge check.


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