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Demystifying Video Creation for your E-Learning Projects

  • Tuesday, July 14, 2015
  • 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Barry University, Thompson Hall - Kostka Room, 11300 NE 2nd Avenue Miami Shores, FL 33161

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Demystifying Video Creation for Your E-Learning Projects

Demystify the basics of how you can, too, shoot videos for your next e-learning course with these cutting edge techniques!

 

Not only you will learn the basics, but also you will hear tips on when to choose outsourcing versus your own production of videos.

Today, organizations of all sizes are using videos both internally to train and motivate their employees, as well as externally to train their customers on how to best use their products and services. Maturing technological trends coupled with a demand for more “authentic” and “human” learning interventions is driving increased usage of videos in e-learning courseware.

 

Do not miss out on the opportunity to keep current with these new trends! From computer screencasts to employee how-to instructional videos, you too can leverage this technology to shorten development times and ensure your learners “get it”.

 

This session will be valuable for you to...

 

1.    Understand practical tips on identifying quality videos

2.    Describe basic tools available for creating videos for your e-learning courses.

3.    Recognize some of the legal roadblocks to using YouTube, Vimeo, and other online videos.

4.    Recognize when you should consider outsourcing your video production.

      

   

 If you’ve debated using video as an instructional strategy, but backed away because you just feel like you are missing the technological “chops” to get it done- this session is for you!
            

Presenter: Alex Santos, MBA

 

In his role as Co-founder and Managing Director of Collabor8 Learning, Alex is developing instructor-led
and e-learning programs that serve the training and development needs of both private and public industry.

 

Alex’s work over the past 15 years has focused heavily on the development of learning systems and courses that teach and transform performance. In this capacity, Alex has developed courses for use by the U.S. Navy, CSX Transportation, Visa, Ocean Bank, Fontainebleau Resorts, the Ritter Academy, Miami Children’s Hospital, Florida International University, Turkel Brands, and the Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption.

 

He earned his Master of Science in Instructional Systems from The Florida State University, and his Master of Business Administration from The University of Miami. In addition, he holds the coveted Senior Professional in Human Resources certification from the Human Capital Institute.

 


 
 
Map and Parking Directions:

 
The event will be at the Kostka Room  located on the second floor of Thompson Hall. Please park at the General/Visitor Parking located on N Miami Avenue. Once you park, cross the street (N. Miami Avenue) and walk towards the center of the campus where you will see signs directing to Thompson Hall.   

 Click here for campus map with parking and location details.

 

        
Linking this Presentation to Our Profession
 

Area of Focus and Expertise: Learning Technologies

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