Webvent

Creating Engaging Learning Video

Wednesday, November 12, 2014 2:00pm - 3:00pm EST  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Jonathan Halls, Founder and Principal

More people than ever are turning to video to learn new skills and obtain knowledge. Whether it’s on demand or as a part of webinars and e-learning products, learners are demanding visual content.

In this webcast, popular author Jonathan Halls will explain how video works in learning and what makes good video. He’ll also discuss the skills that trainers need in their personal development plans if they want video to be an important part of their professional toolkit. You will learn how video works as a communication medium, and explore the psychology behind why people watch and don’t watch video. Halls will highlight how you can make your videos more engaging and provide tips to help you shape your video so it’s focused on providing real learning.

In this webcast, you will learn how to:

  • make people want to watch your video
  • create video that engages learners
  • shape your video so that it provides real learning.

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Presenter

Jonathan Halls
Jonathan Halls

Founder and Principal

Jonathan Halls has taught media and learning for more than 20 years. He was a learning executive at the BBC where he ran the corporation’s prestigious production training department. Halls has taught thousands of media professionals around the globe who work in newspapers, radio, and television. Today he is principal of Jonathan Halls & Associates and is an adjunct professor at George Washington University. He is active in the ATD community. He is author of the ASTD Press book Rapid Development Video for Trainers, and regularly speaks at ATD conferences. Jonathan divides his time between teaching media for non-media professionals and running workshops on leadership and change.