It’s been a few years now since I’ve been on a video shoot. I studied media production at university and worked for a while as a runner at a TV company so I was feeling pretty confident about the whole thing.
Video drama is a powerful tool for engagement and learning in the workplace. But often things go wrong at the script stage. This is a compressed version of a series of articles I wrote for eLearning Age on this subject in which, with the use of purpose-made video clips we demonstrate best practice when producing video drama.
Last week I found myself diving head first into the world of Digital Learning at eLN Connect 2016 and being new to the industry I was keen to go to as many talks as possible and soak it all in.
I was already awake when my alarm went off. By 7am my mind had already long been whirring with a combination of excitement and fear.
EVER SEEN A LEARNING DRAMA LIKE THIS?
So this must be the new seven-fifty. I believe
it can print five hundred pages a minute
and has a lifetime warranty.
In this video, elearning experts discuss the power of comedy in interactive drama for learning, filmed at the exclusive screening of our interactive drama ‘The Leadership Angel‘ in Covent Garden back in June.