Don’t Miss Out on Using Videos for These Four Training Areas

| September 9, 2018

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Videos are processed much faster than text, and they make a lasting impression compared to plain text or static images. This results in higher information retention and better application of the acquired knowledge. Videos can take on many forms from short bite-sized ones to serve microlearning needs to interactive videos, scenarios, simulations, screencasts, and animated and real videos.Videos can be used to make complex topics simple and provide just-in-time support for your learners. Videos can be used for different training types – explore this infographic to know where and how.

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