301 5 Ways to Create Standout Microlearning Videos

11:30 AM - 12:30 PM Wednesday, September 18

With so many different programs available to quickly and efficiently create microlearning video, how do you choose the right one for your time frame or budget?

In this interactive session, you'll analyze five types of microlearning video: animated (using software such as GoAnimate), whiteboard animation, compiled video or screen capture (using software such as Camtasia), PowerPoint video, and traditional video. Get a breakdown of the costs, insight into the learning curves, and an exploration of the potential timeline of each medium. Look at scenarios to learn where one type of video might work better (or worse) than other options.


  • The various types of videos that can be used to create quick, effective, and engaging microlearning
  • How to properly budget time and resources for each type of video
  • The equipment or software needed to produce your video
  • The best style of video for communicating your particular learning objective

LaTarshia Wooten

Learning Experience Designer

LaTarshia Wooten is a learning experience designer with a background in communication and education media. She is passionate about helping others learn and understands the importance of reaching them on different platforms. She believes that learning should be fun, interactive, and provides value to the learner

Julia Shawver

Digital Content Manager

GAAP Dynamics

Julia Shawver is a digital marketing and learning specialist at GAAP Dynamics. She studied media and design at James Madison University, concentrating in advertising and minoring in art. Her search for a post-grad role combining her love of design, marketing, and communications led her straight to GAAP Dynamics, where she discovered a passion for creating engaging and interactive eLearning materials.

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