What you will gain from attending this webinar:
Our usual experience of video is passive; we sit back, watch and wait to be entertained or educated. Interactive video learning creates an active experience – putting the learner in control and asking them to make decisions.
In this webinar, we’ll explore the strengths of interactive video in learning. We’ll discuss the types of video that work well with interactive features and share case study examples. We’ll also discuss the power of branching-scenario drama to impact attitudes and behaviour.
Georgia is Solutions Consultant at Nice Media. She has a background in video marketing and brings marketing techniques to her video-centred learning productions. Georgia has an MA in Documentary and enjoys the challenge of creating video-centred learning that is focused on changing attitudes and behaviour. In her spare time, Georgia is a referee and a Referee Developer for the FA.
Tom has been making video for learning since the 80’s. In 2003 he founded Nice Media where he is creative director. Tom has directed hundreds of videos for learning agencies, and for most industry sectors. His passion is drama and he enjoys directing branching-scenario drama that puts some control of the journey in the hands of the learner. In his spare time, he publishes a regular comedy podcast titled Tom & Paul’s Fuzzbox.
Founder and CEO of Near-Life, Mike has extensive experience in media and technology. In addition to his involvement with learning software, he has also worked in film and television: producing projects for the likes of BBC, ESPN and PBS. Near-Life’s award-winning authoring tool is focused on enabling content that is more interactive and engaging.