Josh Cavalier, CEO & Founder Lodestone
Microlearning videos under one minute in length require rapid storyboarding and predefined video content structures. As the length of the video decreases, so does the optimal format of the video. Leaving out too many details will have a negative effect on your learning strategy. Every second counts for your learner!
In this session, you will learn the process for creating microvideo, including video length considerations, optimal short video structures, emotional push/pull events, and instructional media strategies. Explore the steps for creating microcontent and tricks for using video analytics to select the best content for a microvideo. You will leave with specific formulas for creating short-form videobased content.
You will learn:
- About the various structures for microvideo
- When to use microvideo for learning
- Formulas for opening and closing a microvideo
- About the importance of emotional pull and push techniques Effective instructional microvideo techniques
Audience: Novice and intermediate designers, developers, project managers, managers, and directors.
Technology discussed in this session: Video content management systems, video playback, and storyboarding tools.
About Josh Cavalier:
Josh Cavalier is a twenty year veteran of consulting learning and performance organizations on the creation of engaging training content.
Josh is also the founder of Lodestone, a consulting and training company specializing in improving learning and performance organizations.
Cavalier is a frequent speaker at eLearning Guild, ATD and Training Magazine conferences. He has appeared in People magazine describing his method of historical digital photography.
Josh holds a Bachelor’s in Fine Arts from Rochester Institute of Technology.
5:00 - Networking
6:00 - Dinner
7:00 - Speaker