What Every Learning Leader Should Know About Online Video

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Mekwcam
Founder and CEO, KnowledgeVision
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As organizations globalize and transform themselves for a connected, 24/7, just-in-time world, online learning has risen dramatically in importance. And over the last few years, no learning medium has grown faster than online video.

Many online video learning programs have evolved piecemeal, giving new life to old videotaped training by simply putting it online. But leading companies are taking an entirely fresh and strategic look at new options for taking their organization's knowledge and making it available, online and on-demand.

In this Training Magazine Network webinar, two nationally-recognized video experts talk about the state of the art in online video: how to capture it, how to compile it, how to get it online, and how to make it instantly available where and when you need it.

You'll learn:
 
  • How to divide your video learning into tiers, matching the production methods to the needs of each tier.
  • When to call in an expert, and when to "do it yourself".
  • The video tools every organization should have in-house.
  • How to find and hire an outside production company.
  • New, quick-and-easy approaches to creating interactive video training online.
  • How to organize and manage your growing online media library.

Our guests are Michael Kolowich and Whit Wales, two veteran producers who are regarded as innovators in online video.

About Michael Kolowich

Michael Kolowich is a pioneer in internet content and online video.  He is currently founder and CEO of KnowledgeVision and founding producer of DigiNovations, a video production company in Boston.  A former Emmy-winning TV news reporter and producer, Michael started or led seven innovative companies in the software, internet, publishing, and media production space.  He was VP and Partner at Bain and Company, headed New Media at AT&T, served as Chief Marketing Officer of Lotus, founded PC/Computing Magazine and ZDNet, and was CEO of NewsEdge Corporation.

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