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Video has long been respected as a great tool for training, but has often been dismissed due to high production costs and complex asset management. This reality has dramatically changed. The role of corporate video has accelerated with a dramatic drop in cost, and a wide array of available corporate YouTube-framework solutions.

The challenge for eLearning developers is to move beyond traditional linear experiences and incorporate engaging interactions on top of traditional video.

In this one day workshop,  you will learn how to use HTML5 interactive-video frameworks to add to your learners’ mobile device experience. Review the planning process for interactive video including the available interaction types, and explore how to modify the traditional video storyboarding process to accommodate the additional interactive video features.

  • Learn essential skills in just one day!
  • Hands-on exercises
  • View class recordings for up to six months
  • Instruction from eLearning experts

Time: 10 AM – 4:30 PM ET
Length: 1 Day Class
Type: Instructor-led
Materials: Handouts, templates and course assets
Location: Online via Lodestone Live or Charlotte, NC

Cost: $349.00

Workshop Topics

Lesson 1: What is Interactive Video?

  • Review real world examples
  • Engagement statistics for interactive video
  • A new experience with video

Lesson 2: Brain Science: Video and Audio Processing

  • How video is processed by the brain
  • Audio and video: working memory and prior knowledge
  • Essential and incidental processing
  • Representational holding
  • Cognitive overload in video
  • Solutions for cognitive overload

Lesson 3: Formulating Your Interactive Video

  • Instructional Design
  • Tools
  • Interaction Types
  • Cloud Based
  • Rapid eLearning

Lesson 4: Storyboarding (Lab)

  • Review an interactive video storyboard
  • Discuss instructional opportunities

Lesson 5: Using the HapYak Framework (Lab)

  • Review interaction options
  • Upload video content
  • Create interactions
  • Distribute interactive video

Lesson 6: Adobe Captivate 9 Interactive Video (Lab)

  • Where should microvideos be stored?
  • What is a Video Content Management System
  • The value of a microvideo asset
  • Ingestion and consumption by users
  • Time coded comments
  • Review leading VCMS vendors

Lesson 7: Articulate Storyline 2 Interactive Video (Lab)

  • Creating a UG content ecosystem
  • Governance, compliance and legal issues
  • Empowering employees to create micro-videos
  • Training SME’s to create great content

Lesson 8: Mobile Delivery

  • Considerations for mobile delivery
  • Working with mobile
  • About the HTML5 video tag
  • JavaScript’s role in interactivity

Lesson 9: Finalizing Your Interactive Video Strategy

  • Your checklist
  • Prototyping and sandboxing VCMS systems
  • Managing the roll-out process