If you need to demonstrate a technical process or transform your classroom material to digitization, a video is the best way. Kydon has vast experience in delivering the following instructional videos to corporates and educational institutions.
There are several types of Instructional videos such as:
Micro-learning is deemed to be a very popular method of learning design and it has proven, over time that it is more than just a buzzword. Providing micro-content allows for a precise amount of information that is ‘just in time’ to meet specific actionable objectives.
Tutorial Videos or more commonly known as “how-to” videos, which we also see a lot of nowadays especially with the growth of social media. It has always been the go-to instructional method for process-oriented and a walk through of the steps in order to complete a task.
Training Video is a very popular component in e-learning as it is meant to showcase the steps and information to improve employees’ workplace skills. By leveraging multiple instructional techniques, there are creative ways to show the employees how to do something and how things work.
Screencast is a digital recording of your screen to that is usually accompanied with an audio narration. These are great for quick, informal instructions since it is a less extensive approach to communicate an idea or address questions and/or problems.
Presentation & Lecture Capture is a recording of an actual lecture or presentation made to be available to digest or review after the said event. It can be as simple as recording the audio of the presentation or extensive as recording the whole thing with several tools to assist you. As time-consuming as it seems, it is highly beneficial to both learning designers and the intended audience who weren’t able to attend the live event. Here at Kydon, our Learning Consultants are adept at designing these small chunks of relevant, digestible content that fit the organization’s learning infrastructure. We always aim to deliver value by making earning work for both the learners and the business.