Learners Know Video is Awesome - Let's Conquer the Barriers to Cost Effective Video Production

Concurrent Session 5
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Brief Abstract

Netflix increased their subscriber base to around 118 million people. Would people subscribe to content in any other format? Discover elearning video training hacks to make video learning accessible, fun and effective! Leave with animation/live action video processes and tools for a scalable video learning plan!

Presenters

Erick is a contest-winning professional speaker (humor) and an expert at mass elearning video storytelling/production! He has built and worked with teams from all over the world to overcome their elearning video challenges. Erick's unique background in supply chain management at Rolls-Royce and creative storytelling have lead to a very new approach/solution to elearning video creation! He is also proud to say that he leads an international team of video experts that produce hundreds of videos a year! He has consulted and worked with brands such as Merck, Pfizer, Regal, Mercedes Benz and has served as a video provider to agencies and infopreneurs.

Extended Abstract

Saying video is awesome for education has become quite redundant! Instructional designers and educators  don’t need to be told facts below because they know learners prefer video.

(By 2019, global consumer Internet video traffic will account for 80% of all consumer Internet traffic. YouTube reports mobile video consumption rises 100% every year. 59% of senior executives agree that if both text and video are available on the same topic on the same page, they prefer to watch video )

In this session, we will have a discussion about contemporary tools and processes that make mass elearning video production possible. This includes the review on online platforms, tools and production systems to allow mass video production on a shoestring budget. The presentation will end with a brief video mastermind session from audience volunteers to crowdsource solutions not included in the presentation.

Video is expected from contemporary learners - let’s overcome this barrier!