Using Video to Drive Learning

July 7, 2017

Thanks to the spiffy cameras in our pockets and apps like Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat and YouTube, video is now a primary medium for everyday communication. But it’s not just about entertainment. Video also helps people solve complex problems with the ability to convey detailed information in a highly contextual format.

For example, I fixed my refrigerator a few months back and avoided a costly repair bill thanks to YouTube. When used effectively, video can play a similar role in the workplace. L&D pros must improve their strategic and tactical abilities to maximize the potential of video and help employees leverage their existing problem-solving skills on the job.

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