One of the most popular places to house training videos is within a Learning Management System. An LMS can act as a one-stop-shop for learners to access resources related to training.
- [Instructor] The most common place…that I've seen instructional videos hosted,…is on a learning management system,…like Moodle, Canvas, or Litmus.…Learning management systems are powerful platforms…used in many businesses and schools,…that allow you to create, curate, and deliver content…as well as resources, provide assignments and assessments,…communicate and collaborate, and much more.…Many schools and businesses use a learning management system…as a one-stop shop for all their instructional needs,…so naturally, this would be a great place…to store your instructional videos.…
Now, again, each learning management system…is going to be a little bit different,…and there are hundreds of them,…so I'm not going to go over all of the technical steps,…but I will show an example.…In order to do this, I'm using a Moodle account…that I've created.…This is just a sample account…that I've created different courses in,…but I want to enter one of my courses.…Here I'll go to communication fundamentals.…Once inside of here, I have my editing turned on,…
- Explain three reasons why short lengths of video within a training course are better.
- Recall the purpose for shutting off notifications during recording.
- Recognize the steps to take to get rid of computer audio.
- Define “trimming.”
- Identify the purpose of timelapsing.
- Name the most versatile video format.