How-to Video Harmony: Instructional Design Geek Meets Video Chic
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Video has become the medium that can cross all delivery platforms, so organizations are turning to video for training. In today's YouTube culture, the tendency is to jump straight to the "how-to" portion of design without giving much thought to the needs of the learner or behavior change in the learners. So how do you create videos that provide effective training?
In this session, you will learn best practices for creating and implementing online how-to videos and how to use the client's current problems and goals to create a focused video learning solution.
Join us for lunch, and learn more about:
- Analysis and design for how-to videos
- Applying instructional design principles to how-to videos
- Using video to create behavior change in learners
- Creating reusable templates to easily share
Competencies for the Training & Development Profession:
- Learning Technologies
- Instructional Design
Click here for more about ASTD's Competency Model.
About the Speakers:
Shauna Herman is a Certified Professional in Learning and Performance (CPLP) and has worked in the training industry for ten years. Her portfolio includes online training for HP, Dell, Stewart & Stevenson, Schlumberger, and in her current role at Luminex as part of the Global Development team, she designs and develops online training courses, videos and blended learning solutions for internal and external audiences. She has contributed to several Society for Technical Communication award winning projects.
Miles Durkee is a Certified Professional in Learning and Performance (CPLP) who found his niche when he taught his first new hire training class 13 years ago. He moved from the classroom to training development and then into e-learning where he experienced the demands for using video in training. "I love all the hats I wear now" Miles said, "instructional designer, project manager, director, and editor; 13 years later I'm still excited and have only one thing to say, Action!"
This dynamic duo's teamwork won Best Software Systems Course at DevLearn in 2012.