It seems video has been around forever. Video was a primary source of training for the military during World War II. Most classrooms used reel-to-reel players for video-based learning, a format that soon evolved into VHS/TV carts that easily rolled in and out of the room. In the early part of this century, video began to migrate online, but it’s only in recent years that the world of video has truly transformed itself and continues to do so rapidly. What lies ahead in the evolution of this powerful medium?

In this session, you will tour the world of video in 2017. You will examine how the world of video is much bigger than it has ever been, while at the same time becoming smaller than you ever thought possible. Using a number of examples, you will examine these changes and the possibilities they open up for learning and performance improvement.

In this session, you will learn:

  • How video for training has changed in the past few decades
  • From case studies of video used for L&D
  • About the future possibilities for video and training
  • Tips for incorporating video into your L&D strategy

Novice to advanced designers, project managers, managers, and directors.


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