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Creating Your Own Videos for Learning

Tuesday, July 31, 2012 12:00pm - 1:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
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Learn how to use video to ensure it drives organizational learning – quickly and affordably. Today, just about anyone can make his or her own video content. But many people struggle to use it effectively, and often find they are spending more time than they should, just to turn out a mediocre piece of content. This webcast will offer you some valuable guidance on how to create efficient video content for your learning program.

Jonathan Halls, author of Rapid Video Development for Trainers, will share secrets used by professional video developers that will help you create learning videos fast without compromising quality. And he’ll offer guidance on the cheapest video equipment you can use to make great video. He’ll also share his job aid, the “Video Checklist for Trainers,” to help you plan your production.

This webcast will benefit trainers considering using video in their professional practice. It will also be useful for educators who are already using video but want to sharpen their skills.
 

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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. Jonathan 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 ASTD community. Jonathan divides his time between teaching media for nonmedia professionals and running workshops on leadership and change.


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