615 BYOD: Using Camtasia to Build Scenario-based Interactive Videos
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM Thursday, October 24
St Thomas AB
We’re all constantly looking for ways our audiences can apply new content in authentic, real-world scenarios. But what can you do when you don't have the time or money to build a full eLearning course, or when you realize your audience is tired of the standard eLearning "text and next" format? You could develop several scenario-based test questions, but unfortunately that won’t realistically replicate what learners will experience while on the job (since answering test questions isn’t how they will be applying what they learned). But … what if there was another way to provide realistic, scenario-based application so people actually gain confidence that they can apply what they’ve learned to their job?
In this interactive session you’ll learn how Camtasia can be used to create a scenario-based interactive video which allows the audience to apply what they’ve learned by making choices and "experiencing" the results of those choices. You’ll also find out how a learning and development professional from a Fortune 50 company leveraged this kind of user-generated video solution to help people learn insurance principles and experience the result of applying those principles in a realistic setting.
In this session, you will learn:
- How to apply Design Thinking principles as you transfer content into realistic scenarios
- How to build an interactive video in Camtasia 2018
- To use agile principles such as showcasing a minimum viable product (MVP) to your target to get feedback and make changes
- How multiple learning objects can be housed within a learning platform to create a robust learning experience
Participant technology requirements:
Camtasia 2018 (or newer). A link to access working files will be provided. Be sure your device can receive downloads from the Internet.
State Farm Insurance Companies
Jonathan Hamilton received his master's degree from Florida State University in instructional design. He was recognized with the distinguished alumni service award by Florida State University. Jonathan spent three years as an educational consultant with Pearson and currently works as a learning analyst for State Farm Insurance Companies. He has been recognized for spearheading the Video on Demand (VOD) implementation at State Farm. VOD leverages an internal YouTube-like platform to help State Farm internal employees create effective and engaging videos to help other employees accomplish their work tasks.