Training comes most commonly in the form of a webinar or in-person presentation with a slide deck. You get a lot of information, presentation of complex topics, and a two-way communication street where questions from the audience can be addressed as they come up. These are all good things. But sometimes you don’t want to know how to build a watch—you just need to know what time it is.

Video can be an effective a la carte component of microlearning. Having digestible content available for your learners is key, and video is an important component of any a la carte learning strategy. This session will present some real-world examples and cover the ideation, strategy, and creative process that go into making a video for a microlearning application. You will have a chance to ask questions and share examples of what has worked for you. Come ready to learn and share.

In this session, you will learn:

  • About microlearning from a sales training perspective
  • About the strategy that goes into creating a video for microlearning
  • A better understanding of the tools necessary to implement microlearning video
  • How process and technology can translate between fields

Novice to intermediate  designers, developers, project managers, and managers.


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