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We’ve grown to love working from home but there’s more we can do to improve how we work in teams remotely. Learning platforms can teach us that too.
Working from Home is here to stay, along with all its benefits and challenges. Luckily, video technology can help tackle the latter.
L&D programs have relied on external trainers and lecturers for far too long. Often, the person most right for the job - whose experience and knowledge is rooted in the company's needs - is another employee. Not only that but by giving employees teaching opportunities, we'll also guarantee more engagement and meaningful learning. Much like any other L&D endeavors these days, doing it by video holds a promise to make it easier and better.
Corporate training videos are an invaluable asset to your training process. They are far more effective than text-based training material and offer a significantly cheaper and more uniform instruction method than classroom-based learning. Today, with remote work becoming the norm, video-based training is more relevant than ever. In this article, we’ll discuss the different types of corporate training videos. We’ll also cover best practices and real-world examples to help you produce effective training videos for employees that are valuable and solidify the bond with your brand.
Processing smaller blocks of information one at a time can do wonders to our learning outcomes. This teaching method, otherwise known as microlearning, also goes hand in hand with remote learning, i.e., using videos. Together, video-based microlearning profits enterprises and their employees alike.
While instincts might instruct otherwise, pivoting companies should help employees acquire the skills and capabilities they need during such bold moves. Thanks to its inherent versatility and a host of features designed for engagement and interactivity, video is the ideal way to do it
The current crisis has forced many organizations to experiment with new workflows and new communications tactics. What are some tips for leaders looking to communicate?
Check out some additional features for Kaltura Pitch, including replying to a video email with your own video message, saving your message, and creating a landing page link.
How are leaders in the real world communicating with their teams right now? Some Kaltura execs share some insights in this video.
How can video help fight Coronavirus? See how Meir Medical Center is using video to keep healthcare workers up-to-date on the latest info.
What are the new best practices for working with home office video conferencing? Get general guidelines as well as specific tips for using Kaltura Meetings.
What's the difference between virtual meetings, video conferences, webinars, town halls, and virtual classrooms?
Why use video for learning and development in the first place? DuPont Sustainable Solutions shares some thoughts on the value of video for training.
With Coronavirus office closures and social distancing, how can HR keep the employee lifecycle running smoothly?
In the face of COVID-19, this guide helps you understand how to shift to online business meetings as successfully as possible.
We’ve put together this blog to help you assess your needs and conduct effective video conferencing in 2020!
How can you keep communications active, collaboration moving, and spirits up when everyone in your office is working from home because of Coronavirus?
Get a glimpse inside Kaltura's 2020 Hackathon - how many of these projects will end up becoming real products?
Are companies using their employee expertise to improve training? Can employee development be improved through knowledge sharing videos? Let's look at the State of Video in the Enterprise.
Do employees pay attention to training videos? What can companies do to boost employee engagement with video-based training? Let's look at the State of Video in the Enterprise.
How do employees prefer to learn in the workplace? What can companies do to help their staff excel? Let's look at the State of Video in the Enterprise.
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