"Crash Course in Video Production and Editing for Learning Projects"
Chandler Kellogg, Instructional Designer, Aspire Healthcare
Luke Benfield, Senior Instructional Designer, naviHealth
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As talent development professionals, we strive to meet our learners where they are at. Professionals in a wide variety of industries have made the claim that “Video is king of content.” Instructional designers are already tasked with mastering multiple tools to create content in a variety of modalities, sometimes with little to no formal training. So how can we satisfy our learners’ desire for video content if many of us have never acquired the skills to design and build a video?
This mini-workshop will provide a high-level crash course in tool-agnostic video production, editing concepts and terminology, discussion around what tools are out there and at what price points, and we will spend some time practicing building our own videos. Whether you are a consultant, learning manager, instructional designer, or just have an interest in learning more about creating video-based content, this mini-workshop will not disappoint.
To get the most out of this session, please bring a laptop, create a free account on biteable.com, and watch this short video about Biteable in advance of the meeting.
Student Members: $10
5:00 - 5:45 - live music, welcome, networking, catered dinner
5:45 - 6:45 - facilitated program
6:45 - 7:00 - closing, networking
Tractor Supply Store Support Center
5401 Virginia Way
Brentwood, TN 37027
Chandler is a Learning Experience Designer at Anthem. He is a Nashville native who studied Recording Industry at Middle Tennessee State University (B.S) and Technology Integration in Education (M.Ed) at Lipscomb University.
Creating interactive and multi-media rich e-learning is Chandler’s passion. He loves leveraging emerging technologies with learning theory to construct immersive learning environments.
Luke is a senior instructional designer at naviHealth where he consults on, designs, and develops classroom, virtual, and e-learning experiences for corporate, clinical, IT, external client, and product audiences. He has worked in a variety of sectors including higher education, non-profit, and corporate with backgrounds in educational conference planning and execution, assessment, competency model development, e-learning and LMS management, learning experience design, and group facilitation.