[Free] Video Production For E-Learning
Learn how to produce E-Learning videos to effectively support student engagement and retention. – Free Course
What you’ll learn
- You will understand the benefits of video based learning, the different styles available and when each video style should be used.
- You will be able to apply the ADDIE Instructional design model to a video production project, providing a structure to the learning material.
- You will be able to effectively work with Subject matter experts, producing a script and storyboard following Instructional design guidelines.
- You will be able to create a video resource following best practice guidelines for E-Learning, improving the learning experience for students.
- You will be able to apply learning theories such as Cognitive load theory and Constructivism to video content, increasing student engagement and retention.
- You will be able to add interactivity to your videos using E-Learning authoring software as well as other techniques to increase engagement.
- Anyone with prior knowledge or an interest in Instructional design, E-learning or Video production.
Learn how a Video Production changes when producing video for E-Learning using instructional design models, popular learning theories and E-learning best practices.
Video has now become a vital tool for online learning and anyone who works, or has an interest in the E-learning industry will now be required to have at least some knowledge of video and how to incorporate it successfully within online learning. Certain changes and considerations have to be made when developing videos to be used as educational resources, such as designing the script and storyboard alongside the subject matter experts and using certain filming and editing techniques making the video suitable for online learning which are usually overlooked.
We shall begin by covering the different video styles available and when each style should be used for your projects. You will then learn how to apply the ADDIE instructional design model to a video production project and then apply popular learning theories and E-learning best practices to an educational video resource to support student engagement and retention. Towards the end of the course we shall also cover various case studies of real world E-Learning video production projects.
I hope you enjoy the course and whether you come from an Instructional design or video production background, upon completion you should feel you have the required knowledge to produce video content specifically for E-Learning.
Author(s): Rob Worrell