How to Make Really Great and Cost-Effective Video
for eLearning


Haskin steve
Chief Creator, Industrial Strength Learning
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Video is an important part of your eLearning design and development. In the context of today’s eLearning environment, you need to use video to engage your learning audience. The video production you do has to be at a level that will attract and retain your viewer’s eyes and minds in a world filled with all kinds of visual attractions. In the eLearning environment, you must be a video producer and director and understand that video is more than just holding your phone, although your phone is quite capable of taking great video. You need to think about the best way to navigate your way through a pretty complex process. And keep your costs as low as possible.

How do you contain the cost of video production in eLearning? Is there a secret ingredient? A special sauce?

In this session, Steve will cover the following topics:
  • What are the defining elements of great eLearning video?
  • How do you think about creating great eLearning video?
  • What are the skills you’ll need to be a successful eLearning video producer?
  • How do you contain the costs of your production and how do you use your eLearning video budget for the most impact?

About Steve Haskin

Steve Haskin started working in video production and computing in the 1970's. He has worked with Digital Video and eLearning since the late 1980's and has been a pioneer of streaming media and digital video production. Steve was a producer and director of film and video and has won many awards for his work. Previously, he worked for the University of Michigan and has returned to the private sector where he currently directs and consults for eLearning projects and video. A frequent speaker at conferences and seminars, Steve is the author of three books and is writing a fourth about media in learning.

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