Well, it is not. Distance learning has been around for a long time; and although it has been through significant changes in these past two decades, its main role continues the same: to make education and training available to a higher number of students, in a standardized way, no matter where they are.
When creating a video course, there are a few steps you need to take to ensure you get the best result in terms of conveying the message, keeping your learners engaged and ensure maximum retention. Also, following these steps will guarantee a more efficient production from start to finish. In this article, we are sharing some pro tips on the (very important) first step: defining the course’s scope.
A great video training course starts with great planning. If you manage to get the first steps of creating a course right, you are sure to have a better result. In this article, you will find the best practices and tips to create the best possible structure for your course, and a course structure template to make it easier for you.
You can create a great role-play video with real actors or animated characters, but no role-play video can work the way you intend it to without a fair amount of planning, some brainstorming and an effective script.
Using quizzes on your training is not just about being interactive and keeping your audience alert. It is a very important educational asset. How come?
We’ve gathered a list of very simple — but fundamental — pointers on how to create training videos people will love. These are important things to keep in mind while creating your content: the more you adhere to these principles, the higher your chance to create content people will devour and keep coming back for more.
We want to resume one of the topics we’re most passionate about: how to create a robust, effective and enjoyable training course. We’ve already covered the onset of the process with step 1: Scope. Now it is time for the step 2: Structure.
Are you at a loss when it comes to creating your training course? Have you identified your general pointers, but are now struggling to turn them into real content? Don’t worry. We’ve got your back! We will be sharing with you our own 8 steps process to create video training courses, one step at a time. In this article, learn about step #1: Scope.