From selecting the right video format to adopting the most effective strategy, this eBook will show you how to leverage video-based learning in your training programs using a Learning and Performance Ecosystem-based approach.
As more corporate workforces were forced to embrace the hybrid working model, it became clear to L&D teams that their formal (and informal) training strategies must evolve to meet the training needs of these employees.
The remote learners of today are very particular about how they want to access information learn. They get easily distracted and end up multi-tasking, and they definitely don’t want to invest a large amount of time in training.
They require training to be flexible, on the go (Mobile Learning), bite-sized, and focused, which helps them learn or solve a problem (Microlearning). And it should be delivered in engaging and immersive formats that help them learn, practice, or handle a challenge. Video Based Learning offers a great way to create immersive learning experiences while leveraging mLearning and Microlearning that learners love.
Trainers leveraged existing ecosystems that work well in remote situations, such as social medial posts, podcasts, YouTube, vlogs, and streaming, to deliver training to their virtual audiences.
Overnight, it seems, the changed workplace dynamics has led trainers to adapt and offer a host of virtual training (VILT/blended/self-paced online training) to their audiences.
The use of videos in training were a great fit to support this new training paradigm. Download this eBook to learn how to leverage video-based learning in your training programs using a Learning and Performance Ecosystem-based approach.
- Why You Should Leverage Video Based Learning
- 5 Amazing eLearning Video Strategies to Keep Your Digital Learners Hooked
- Drive Learner Engagement Through the Roof with 6 High-impact Online Training Video Strategies
- How to Multiply the Impact of Videos in Training by Leveraging a Learning and Performance Ecosystem
- 25 Examples of Video Based Learning