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NNYLN Webinar: Instructional Videos for Everyone (2-Part Program)
December 1, 2020 @ 2:30 pm - 4:00 pm EST
One event on December 17, 2020 at 2:00 pm
What exactly is an instructional video? An instructional video is “any video that demonstrates a process, transfers knowledge, explains a concept, or shows someone how to do something” (Simon, 2020) They can literally be about anything, and anyone can make them.
In this 2-part program, we will learn how to make our own instructional videos. Instructional videos are a great way to relay information, however, the process can seem intimidating and be time-consuming. Together, we will learn about creating effective instructional videos using free and low-cost tools. The session presenter, Dr. Baker, is an instructional design expert who has provided detailed videos on the basics of production including the design process, software, equipment, and resources.
Part 1 (12/1): Let’s learn! We’ll screen videos from Dr. Baker and review a resources toolkit for attendees utilize in their own video creation.
Part 2 (12/17): Let’s see! We’ll show off our homemade instructional videos with Dr. Baker who will be present to answer any and all questions on the instructional video-making process.
- Learn the process of creating instructional videos
- Learn about some free or affordable tools to create videos
- Participate in video creation
Attendees will need to have access to a computer and/or video recording device. They must also be able to download applications or software onto their computer to use to create their video. This program does not provide technical support but a space for the learning process of instructional video creation.
Fred Baker, Ph.D. is a designer at heart. With a broad leadership background in diverse business industries, and more than a decade practicing and teaching instructional design, he creates training & performance solutions designed to increase effectiveness, retain human capital, and drive improvement in any type of organization.
Through his Instructional Design firm, Integrated Human, LLC, he uses systems thinking and human-centered design approaches to address organizational challenges and spark growth in individuals, communities, and organizations. If you would like to learn more, please connect with Dr. Baker at www.integratedhuman.org.