When it comes to creating video, there are a lot of methods but basically two routes—having a professional team or encouraging students and staff to create their own. The University of Utah has chosen to excel at both. A team of 12 is recording 10-20 events per day. At the same time, students and faculty are being trained on how to create their own great video content, including lecture capture on tablets! How do you determine which method to use for which content? How do you channel people down the correct path? How do you build a robust system that can include multiple kinds of video creation? Join the University of Utah to find out why the answer sometimes isn’t either/or—it’s both.
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.