Video isn’t new. It has been used for learning since the 1960s, when the first carts were rolled into elementary classrooms to broadcast public television language courses. Over the decades the delivery method for video has evolved, from VHS tapes in the 1970s to virtual reality today. What has changed is: You no longer need a dedicated studio, expensive equipment, and a huge budget to create video for learning.

In fall 2017, The eLearning Guild conducted a survey with its members on how they are using video for learning. The data collected from that survey is available in this research report, Using Video for Learning, by contributing editor Stephen Haskin.

Download Using Video for Learning and get a glance at the big picture of video in learning!  Additionally, the executive summary shares key findings from the report and is free to Guild members.