English | Duration: 0h 53m | Video: AVC (.mp4) 1280x720 30fps | Audio: AAC 48KHz 2ch | 206MB
In this course, Garrick Chow shares the tips, tricks, and training techniques he's learned from over twelve years of leading video training for lynda.com.
First, he explains how video training differs from classroom instruction, and shows how to plan your content to anticipate your audience's needs and questions. Garrick then walks through the process of writing meaningful objectives, scripting movies, and selecting software and a good location for recording, and goes over the delivery styles that create successful elearning experiences. Finally, learn how to edit your videos, and share them with students.
* Understanding your audience
* Defining course- and movie-level objectives
* Scripting vs. outlining
* Deciding which visuals to use
* Preparing your computer for recording
* Handling mistakes and redos
* Sharing your movies
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