The following posts are questions that may be pondered at the panel, Video to Teach and Learn at the Web Video Summit. Feel free to submit additional questions or comments. http://www.webvideosummit.com/conference/sessionsbyday.php Track: PRACTICAL AND PROFITABLE | 2:00PM – 2:50PM, June 27th D4: Video to Teach and Learn
I notice that Jan and Alex’s don’t necessarily have talking heads and seem to be mostly full motion screen captures. How important is having the instructor’s image included in a video training module? In other words, are synchronized audio and images enough? How does the interactive nature of the web affect the production of video […]
What technology developments or process improvements could help in speeding up the production of video training? Technology is obviously a huge factor in providing video training. Any thoughts on what platform (Flash, SilverLight, Java, etc.) should be used to support video training across multiple distribution platforms, such as the iPOD, mobile, Internet, Television?
In a world where any expert, anywhere can produce a training video on their particular area of expertise, what becomes the role of training publishers? Most of the material to date has been distributed via DVD and now it is going online. Several of us have subscription web sites. Do you see a role for […]
What sort of institutional barriers or organizational inertia do you see to video training? Do you find that instructors embrace this sort of thing or do they fear it? What is the social impact does the rise of broadband and the fall in the cost of production tools have on the production and distribution of […]