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Section 1 – Welcome to Video Learning Best Practices

Welcome to D2L’s Video Learning Best Practices interactive ebook, a comprehensive how-to guide for using video to transform teaching and learning.

These days, video is everywhere—there’s an abundance of research that demonstrates this—and the benefits of using video in learning are becoming increasingly clear.

Be it traditional, blended or online education models, using video in learning can transform the teaching experience for instructors and employees alike. In fact, a survey of employees found that 72% believe that live video has the power to transform the way they communicate at work. Further, almost 70% thought the increased use of video conversations would help employee retention in the organization.

Video provides a different, and perhaps more effective, avenue for employees to consume content, particularly those who might struggle with just text or images and benefit more when multiple mediums are used, or those who are still developing learning strategies, such as time management and note-taking skills. There are all sorts of creative uses for video that can help you to shake up the teaching and learning experience so you keep employees in the zone rather than see them zoning out.

So, how can you effectively introduce video into the learning experience?

This ebook will explain video learning best practices for production, instructional design and assessment.

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