Organizations are constantly exploring new options for video-based learning. Are you curious what other ATD Bay Colonies members are doing to leverage video in their learning programs? Maybe you have a story to share. Let’s learn from each other! Join us to learn about some new approaches, uses and tools for video-based learning. In this session, you’ll hear from several chapter members as they share their video tips, tricks and stories in a fast-paced structure of short presentations.
Lauren Fain, Training Specialist, Amica Insurance
Biteable is a quick and easy way for individuals to make a pro-quality informational video. Biteable has hundreds of animated, live-action or photo scenes in many different styles, or users have the option to use a pre-made video template created by one of their designers. The software allows users to add their own content, photos, colors and sounds to customize videos and edit it all on the simple drag-and-drop timeline. Again, Biteable is a great way for businesses to advertise, make presentations, invitations or introductions of new products and/or services.
Lauren started her career with Amica in 2007. During her time at Amica, she has worked in the Corporate Communications department as well as Learning and Talent Development (LTD). Her experience includes:
- Instructional Design
- New Hire training
- Customer Service training
- Provided support for large company sponsorships in target markets
- Has worked closely with the company’s public relations and social media teams to maximize visibility of sponsorship
Creating Video-based Micro-lessons with PowerPoint
Mark Simon, Principle Training Specialist, HiMark Solutions
Before you go spending big bucks on fancy eLearning tools just to get a magical Publish button, you really need to take a good look at PowerPoint. Yes, *PowerPoint.* The tool that used to put you to sleep faster than NyQuil is now a tool that can caffeinate even the most boring training lesson. Just wait to see what it can do with video....
Mark Simon is a Principal Training Specialist at HiMark Solutions and has over 20 years of hands-on experience with design, development, and delivery of eLearning and instructor-led training. Mark has also served as VP of Programs for ATD Greater Boston, as well as Adjunct Professor in the Instructional Design graduate program at UMass-Boston.
Mark's clients have included Vertex Pharmaceuticals, Abbvie & Abbott Laboratories, Amazon, Biogen, Forrester Research, RSA, Genzyme, Honeywell, Black Duck Software, and more.
Mark is a frequent contributor to a variety of professional publications and shares his experiences often at professional shows and conferences. Mark makes frequent appearances at ATD and eLearning Guild conferences and events, and you may have read some of Mark’s articles in T+D and eLearning Guild’s Learning Solutions magazines.
Let’s Market Training with a Combination
Cleon McClure, e-Learning Specialist, BD Interventional Surgery
I was tired of the dull/boring openings to modules/ courses. I looked to “marketing “ solutions to connect users emotional and to my themes or brands for the learning. You’ll see Viddyoze, VideoMakerFX, Articulate REPLAY 360, and FlipSnack come together, grabbing your users attention to learn more…
Creating videos with the templates provided in Viddyoze and VideoMakerFX is easy, good flexibility to added images, colors, etc. You’ll see how combining shorter videos together in Articulate REPLAY 360, then adding a touch of super-charged music works wonders to increase users’ interest…
An eBook… really? Seems so yesterday’s technology.. FlipSnack provides that mobile reference that my users love to visit after completing the modules… PDF upload, added videos and other interactions.. a good “spacing tool” to share focused training..