DevLearn, the elearning conference I’ll be attending in November, has suggested adding videos to promote your talks. I haven’t done much with video (though I did just do this <6 minute one about my proposed learning pedagogy), but I’ve found the ‘narrated presentation’ capability built into Keynote to be of interest, so I’ve been playing with it. And I thought I’d share.
First, I created this one to promote my talk on eLearning Myths. It’s a fun session with a MythSmasher format (e.g. the possible myth, the appeal, the damage, the method, the results, and what you can do instead if it’s busted) . It’s important, because if you’re supporting the wrong myths you can be wasting money and vulnerable to flawed promotions. Here’s the pitch:
Then, I’m also running an elearning strategy workshop, that’s basically the Revolution roadmap. In it, we work through the elements of the Performance Ecosystem and not only make the case for, but workshop a personalized roadmap for your organization. As things move forward, there’s an opportunity for L&D to lead the charge to the adaptive organization!
I welcome hearing your feedback on content or presentation, and of course invite you to attend either or both!