Tag Archives: Video

Disposable media: investing 28 minutes in a video podcast for learning

Richard is starting a blog. Yesterday he asked me a load of questions about WordPress versus Blogger. I had precisely no answers, beyond the fact that i love WordPress. He spent the afternoon doing methodical research: i used WordPress because … Continue reading

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What’s the difference between genuine and fake? Integrity in learning.

I was out in Dublin last night, searching for some good Irish folk music and a decent whiskey. I ended up in a pub that had neither. It had timber beams and smoke stained ceilings, a wooden bar and Guinness. … Continue reading

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Writing scripts for learning videos. What makes a conversation or scenario feel real?

We use a lot of videos in our e-learning. Sometimes they’re used to demonstrate behaviours, sometimes to set a context or bring in a leader to inspire (or at least enthuse) you. Sometimes we use a Guide to help make … Continue reading

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Say it once, say it well. Using the right media for the right message.

You can tell a story in many different ways, but it’s important to adapt what you say to fit the media you’ve chosen to tell it in. Printed workbooks or downloads suit text and tables, illustrative graphics and so forth. … Continue reading

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