How to Get Results from Video Learning Infographic
The Learning Management System (LMS) is set to touch $7.83 billion mark by 2018. Every month, a staggering 6 billion hours of YouTube content is consumed globally. Learning practitioners estimate that half of the internet traffic worldwide will be through video. Interestingly, 50% of traffic on cell phones and tablets is video. Therefore, will organizations figure out ways to embed video as part of an important learning strategy? Lot of videos that are produced goes unwatched. “The more we think about that, the more it becomes important that we really think about how to make video engaging. So when we spend the time and money making good video, we actually get a return on investment,” says corporate expert Jonathan Halls.
Videos are an essential component of eLearning. However, keeping them rich and relevant is far more important, because if made ineffectively, they can lead to wasted learning resources. Find out how to get results from video learning. Here are some key elements before designing video learning content:
- The learning videos must be short, engaging and effective.
- Delivered to learners based on when and where they need it.
- Powerful videos that will draw attention owing to action-oriented shots.