How to Develop Great Online Video Training Programs

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Chris osborn
Vice President of Organizational Strategy, BizLibrary
Unnamed
Co-founder, VideofyPro, LLC
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Description

We know bite-sized video works to deliver highly effective, targeted learning content and resources to employees. We also know that with the right approach to delivery (mobile!), bite-sized video has the potential to live up to the long promised “anytime, anywhere” learning capability of online training.
 
The challenge many organizations are now confronting is how to develop customized content to deliver their unique subject matter expertise to employees and maybe even customers in an effective video format.
 
In this session, you will learn the art and science of developing customized online training videos. Adult learning theory, brain science and memory feedback loop are the foundational principles we’ve relied on for years - and they are still more important than ever! We’ll take these foundational principles and bring them into line with current technology and video capability to help us create, development and then deliver online training videos that work better than any type of online training that’s come before.

About Chris Osborn

Chris Osborn is the Vice President of Organizational Strategy at BizLibrary, and he’s been a thought leader in the learning and learning technology space for many years. He is a proponent of a next generation of approaches to employee learning and development that encompasses technology and the requisite skills and core competencies for learning professionals in today’s volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous business environment. BizLibrary is at the forefront of thought leadership in the area of next generation learning and learning content strategies and this thought leadership is being driven and directed under Chris’s guidance and leadership.

About Ken Cooper

Ken is the co-founder of VideofyPro, LLC., a technology-based content development, delivery, and consulting provider, in St. Louis, MO. Ken has over 30 years’ experience as a training consultant and speaker, has delivered over 2,500 seminars, and has written and appeared in hundreds of live and recorded video-based e-learning programs. Learn more at www.videofypro.com.

 

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