5 Creative Ways of Using Videos in E-learning [infographic]

| April 9, 2018

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Videos are the learning medium of the moment. They are informative and focus on visually enhancing content. Even in e-learning, videos are key tools and used extensively to share dull information or demonstrate tasks not possible in a classroom and capture learner’s interest. Videos are flexible and play on all devices.

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