Over a month ago I had the great delight of sharing The little book of Video Learning. This was a project I’d been working on with The Charity Learning Consortium for a few months and one where I discovered so much about how people use video in their organisation. After speaking to everyone involved, one … Continue reading The little book of Video Learning
Do you remember how a film was shot or do you remember the story and emotions you felt? This time last year 1917 was showing at cinemas across the UK and I went to see how a film was shot as it was made to look like it was one continuous take. I remember walking … Continue reading How video makes you feel?
When you use visual language you don't need to worry about your audiences first language. Everyone is visual literate. Wikipedia defines visual language as: a system of communication using visual elements. Diagrams, Maps, Paintings, Photographs and Film/Video all rely on visual communication and these can be used in learning to transmit a message which crosses language … Continue reading Visual language in learning
Marketing teams have started using videos made by Influencers and organisations are finding these videos are heavily impacting buying decisions. Consider Chewbacca Mom, a lady who filmed herself in the car with a new electronic Chewbacca mask. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hyp90txeNxM Her absolute delight was the most watched Facebook Live video in 2016 and by the end of … Continue reading User-Generated Video Learning
People like stories, to quote Tyrion Lannister in the last episode of Game of Thrones, which aired this week: There's nothing more powerful in the world than a good story. We learn a lot from stories and this is how humans have shared information for generations. Stories can help structure a learning experience as they normally … Continue reading Storytelling #BlogEveryDay