Learn how to create effective online training courses for your digital academy, following the best instructional design practices and a fine-tuned process. Our Digital Learning Solutions team shares their process and pro tips to help you be efficient and effective in your video course creation.
Over the past decade, online training has increasingly become popular and a powerful tool to share knowledge in a simple way.
There are many video formats you can use to convey your message. When you are creating a video training course, it’s important to make sure you use the right format for the message you want to convey in the most effective way.
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.
One of the most common misconceptions about video training is that it is too expensive to produce videos with professional quality. In this article, you can see an example of a set of equipment for under 1.500€, that you can easily assemble and disassemble as needed in a quiet room, to record high quality training videos.
Did you know that there are proven ways to make your training more effective and engaging? And did you know that these techniques are all-encompassing when it comes to your audience, meaning that they are applicable to customers, partners and employees alike?
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.
Screencasts are one of the most popular and interesting ways of showing people how to use software and digital applications. They are also quite handy when we want to show how to follow a procedure that involves different stages.
The recording day can be very stressful for the presenters, especially if they are shy, have little or no experience, or are working with you for the first time. This guide will help them feel more comfortable and know what to do and what to expect on the day before, and day of the recording.
If we were to choose one single takeaway for you to remember from this article, it would be the following: Design can make or break an online learning experience. Unfortunately, visual design is often an afterthought in online courses, which results in ineffective learning experiences and poorly used training budget.