Recording - The Art of Using Recordings to Enhance Virtual Learning

Posted by InSync Training on Jul 23, 2020 9:29:21 AM

July 22, 2020
InSync Training Instructor: Karen Vieth

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Recorded webinar content is a relatively inexpensive way to provide on-demand training content. However, it should be designed purposefully with the on-demand audience in mind.When should we record live virtual classroom sessions, how can we design quality, engaging recordings for on-demand audiences, and how do we use pre-recorded content to enhance live virtual sessions? 

When should we record live virtual classroom sessions, how can we design quality, engaging recordings for on-demand audiences, and how do we use pre-recorded content to enhance live virtual sessions?

Considering how dependent we seem to have become on recordings, these statistics are depressing. I think that the first 10 seconds of a YouTube video are usually more engaging than the first five minutes of a recorded webinar, where the host is often trying to help people just connect to the audio. 

And if six minutes is the optimal length for instructional videos, how much are our learners really getting out of one or two hours of recorded lecture?  

Get out of the RECORD EVERYTHING rut by using this content strategically.  

In this session, we will discuss: 

  • Recording Virtual Sessions: Why Do It? 
  • Use Virtual Classroom Recordings as Microlearning 
  • Stimulate Intellectual Engagement in live sessions with Pre-Recorded Content 
  • Foster Environmental Engagement by Venturing Outside Your Virtual Walls

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Topics: Virtually There, Recordings