Go Guerrilla: making affordable learning videos in-house
Video has become a medium of choice with user-generated content in the billions. This everyday technology has opened up opportunities for L&D teams to jump on the bandwagon and create engaging content without the production costs of film crews – and maybe even become intranet viral.
Watch this recording with Kineo’s Co-Founder Mark Harrison, our Head of Learning Design James Cory-Wright, and Lead Learning Designer Seth Dickens as they explore:
- what you need to get started with video
- common pitfalls and how to avoid them
- best uses for video and creative (but practical) approaches.
James has over 25 years' experience of instructional design and video scriptwriting. He heads up our team of learning designers and consultants, overseeing learning content design across all client projects. James has a reputation for creativity and innovation in elearning, having worked on numerous successful projects and regularly attends industry events, presenting our latest thoughts.
One of Kineo's founders, and the Director responsible for our consultancy services, Mark also looks after our growing network of international offices. With 30 years of experience in the elearning design and development world, he often provides strategic and design consultancy and support to our customers across the globe.
Seth has been creatively using technology for training since 2002. As a Lead Learning Designer at Kineo, he tries to give people control of their learning experience. A big fan of constructivist and humanistic styles of training, Seth facilitates learning through discovery, collaboration, learners’ own stories and discussion.