Chunking, bite-size, and micro: These are all terms you’ve seen in training magazines and blogs, but what does it mean to shorten the length of training content—specifically video? At our DevLearn 2017 eLearning Rockstars stage, Josh Cavalier of Lodestone covered what it takes to successfully implement an end-to-end microvideo strategy.
Watch the video below to learn strategies for planning, creating, and distributing microvideo content that will make you an L&D rockstar! Mobile devices have greatly increased the opportunity to consume short-form training videos, but there’s more to it than just making and distributing smaller videos. Using the latest neuroscience, you’ll explore how to effectively put together a microvideo strategy for your organization and create effective short-form videos that stick.
- How to apply learning methodologies to microvideo
- About effective microvideo structures for engagement
- How certain types of video increase cognitive load
- About the importance of video analytics
You can view all of the stage presentations here.
Interested in more video content? Check out our series of Camtasia resources and you can start creating your own microvideos!