The Docebo video hosting service is a powerful tool for creating engaging rich-media training. When configuring courses that include a large number of videos, the uploading process can be time-consuming because Docebo does not provide the ability to queue video uploads. This is especially true when using large, high-definition video files. Below we explain a… Continue reading Speeding Up Docebo Video Uploads
By now, most eLearning professionals know that content published to Flash must be redesigned, or at least republished to HTML5 before the clock runs out on Flash support. The conversion process creates the opportunity to consider a new video-based architecture for designing and delivering rich media eLearning courses. Using video to deliver instructional content has important… Continue reading 3 Ways to Convert Your Flash eLearning Content to Video
LMS selection and purchase decisions are high-stakes because choosing the wrong vendor will haunt your organization for years to come. A successful selection process requires a selection team that has a shared vision of the business requirements and is wary of product marketing material. Unsuccessful teams take vendor demos and marketing materials at face value,… Continue reading Avoiding the LMS Selection “Reality Distortion Field”
Web conference breakout rooms are the most exciting feature currently available for live online learning. The breakout rooms feature, currently offered by Zoom, GoToTraining, and Adobe Connect, allows instructors to use small group activities in live online learning. Using breakout rooms, a meeting host can move participants into separate online “rooms” for activities. The host can visit each breakout room to listen in on discussions and provide direction before pulling everyone back together in the main session.
In an earlier post, “Webinar vs. Web Conference: Which is Better for Employee Training? Part I,” we provided an overview of web conferences as a tool for corporate learning and compared them to their face-to-face meeting counterparts. This post continues with a discussion of webinars, and explains how their features differ from web conferences. It details the types of training events that benefit from the unique feature set provided by webinar delivery.