Webvent

How Video Supports Behavioral Change and Increased Retention

Wednesday, December 10, 2014 2:00pm - 3:00pm EST  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Art Kohn, CEO, AKLearning

In this webcast KZO Innovations invites learning expert Art Kohn to describe how video is changing the way people learn. Art is deeply focused on increasing retention when it comes to learning and changing behavior when it come performance. Listen in to hear Art discuss how video can help support the way you learn and perform.

Learning Objectives:

  • Discover how video heightens our ability to learn and apply.
  • Find out how to create an integrated learning experience with video that changes the way you retain information and behave.
  • Learn how to use video to sustain the benefits of training.

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Presenter

Art Kohn
Art Kohn

CEO, AKLearning

Art Kohn, PhD, is a professor, writer, and consultant in the area of corporate training, organizational development, e-learning, and performance improvement. He earned a doctorate in cognitive science at Duke University, and his research explores how to present information in order to maximize learning and memory capacity. Art was awarded the National Early Career Professor of the Year award from the American Psychological Association. He also won a Fulbright Fellowship in cognitive psychology and a rare second Fulbright Fellowship in distance education. He is listed in Who's Who in the World, and he consults with the Centers for Disease Control on using social messaging for addressing HIV in the developing world. He is the author of Communicating With Psychology.

Art is the CEO of AKLearning, which has produced more than 1,000 online training courses using interactive television. He has spoken at dozens of commercial and academic conferences in more than 40 countries and is a popular keynote speaker.