F05 Video Production Framework for Decentralized Creation
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Thursday, June 9
Lone Star A-E
Business moves fast. Does your learning team struggle to keep up sometimes? Are you being left out of the loop when updates are made to business tools and processes? Are you leveraging all available tools to keep the knowledge gap as small as possible? Time Warner Cable has a great relationship with its business partners, but these were all questions that it couldn’t answer the way it wanted to.
In this session, learn how a learning team of 18 supports 55,000 employees who change processes and tools continually. When people have questions outside of work, they turn to Google and YouTube; you can leverage the same technology to provide content to them while they are at work. In this session, you will learn a video framework and process to allow business process and tool subject matter experts (SMEs) to create and house their own training videos.
In this session, you will learn:
- Different processes to create video
- How to support SMEs so they can create video content
- How to create a toolkit for your learning team
- How to blend delivery methods (video and ILT/VILT)
- How video killed the paper-based training star
Novice designers and developers.
discussed in this session:
KZO (a video platform), Captivate, and Articulate Storyline.
Time Warner Cable
Angie Miller has 20 years’ experience in the learning field. The majority of this time was spent as a corporate training facilitator for Family Dollar. She then transitioned to a designer role within Family Dollar prior to taking an instructional designer role with Time Warner Cable, where she has worked for almost two years.
Manager, Curriculum Design
Marc Donelson is the manager of curriculum design at Charter Communications. He started his career as an eLearning developer, and over the past 20 years has moved into roles as an instructional design and performance consultant. During this time his success has come from balancing new approaches of supporting learners with a company's culture match to adopt new ideas. This is a mindset that Marc's design team now uses throughout its projects.