Video Learning is here
Video is appearing everywhere and that is one reason Aragon has had more special reports on video than any other topic in the last year. While Video Collaboration is increasing, Video Learning is the new way forward in Knowledge transfer – aka Learning. Our Special Report covers the shift to Video Learning and the impact Video Tutorials are having across the enterprise.
Video Learning on the Rise
Videos have always been a content type in a Corporate Learning Program. However, the shift to Video Learning is more profound than just watching a video. People are using Video for all kinds of instructional uses, integrating it with corporate content management and learning management systems to onboard new hires and support product launches, staff development and all kinds of customer support and other use cases. Find out how to get started with Video Learning on the Rise: Five Critical Elements You Need.
Make Your Own Video Tutorials
Most mobile devices have cameras these days, and there’s plenty of free software to edit and publish videos. People want to create video tutorials, but often don’t know the best way to create them. Enterprises can get a lot of benefit from employee-produced video tutorials, but quality is an issue. This Interactive Research Note Tutorial includes a video to help companies make videos that won’t break the network or bore viewers. Read more here: Creating a Video Tutorial: Six Steps to Success.
Questions and Answers on Enterprise Video Learning
Video is appearing everywhere and it is doing so at a record pace. Aragon clients are asking more and more questions about how to use video in differing parts of their enterprise. In our Research Note titled, Questions and Answers on the Rise of Video Learning, we answer many of the common questions.