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The Future of Instructional Videos in Digital Learning
FocusOn Learning 2017 Conference & Expo - June 20, 2017
Head of Digital Design
Associate Director of Learning Design and Development
Stanford Graduate School of Business
Technology has made it possible to offer scalable, experiential, and collaborative learning across the globe, while instructional videos can serve as a key delivery mechanism for content from instructor to students. Nevertheless, instructional videos often are too long, too dense, and offer little room for learners to interact with the content.
In this session, you will discover a process for designing and producing instructional videos to achieve learning outcomes. You will examine examples of effective instructional videos in MOOCs, online programs, blended courses, and distance learning sessions. You will also explore the use of 360-degree videos and virtual reality in digital learning. Join in to explore the future of instructional videos for better learning.
In this session, you will learn:
- About an instructional video design process
- About best practices for producing instructional videos
- About the possibilities of 360-degree video for teaching and learning
- About the possibilities of virtual reality for teaching and learning
Novice to advanced designers, developers, project managers, managers, and directors.
discussed in this session:
Video, 360-degree video, virtual reality.
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