Date: Tuesday, February 18, 2020
Time: 8:00 – 9:30 AM (doors open at 7:30 AM for networking)
Location: Portland Country Club, 11 Foreside Rd, Falmouth, ME
Register by: Friday noon, February 14, 2020
REGISTRATION IS CLOSED
Video: A Learning Tool Worth It’s Weight in Gold
We all know that most folks are visual learners, but how do we know when video is the most practical and efficient learning tool?
This workshop will help participants determine the best use of video for their own learning projects with a focus on outlining the video production process and the importance of effective script writing. Participants will also work in groups to discuss projects that may be enhanced or more effective with the use of video.
In this presentation, participants will:
- See examples of learning videos and discuss why the medium works to effectively teach, inform or change behavior
- Explore the video process
- Examine best use of video in their own learning projects
- Discuss the importance of good audio
- Determine when video is the best option in their learning programs
- Describe a basic video production process
- Apply tips, best practices, and guidelines
Gail Worster worked as a learning and communication video producer at L.L.Bean for over twenty years. She was awarded the company’s highest peer-honored award in 2012 for a training project that consisted of a series of learning modules that saved the company thousands of dollars in training time. She also produced the video documentary “Giant Horses” which explored the working relationships between teamsters and draft horses that aired on Maine Public Television.
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