Videos are a great way to capture learners’ attention, render information visually, and give them a break from text-heavy content.
There are tons of ways to start incorporating videos into your training content. Swap out your forty-lesson course with a series of quick videos that provide learners with details in a conversational setting. Or replace a job manual with a short-form video, such as a screencast that shows learners how to use a new product.
You can even add interactivity to videos with powerful Storyline 360 features including cue points, hotspots, and more. These features make it easy to highlight important objects or invite learners to take action at a specific time in the video. The result? You’re creating a realistic environment for learners as they familiarize themselves with new concepts and processes.
Ready to use videos in your next course? Press play on these examples from the community to spark your imagination:
- Let Jodi Sansone’s new student orientation example get you thinking about cool ways you can use videos to introduce new people or concepts to learners.
- Check out this tabs interaction with video by Montse Anderson for a simple way to add eye-catching, visual content to your next project.
- See how easy it is to demonstrate a task or prompt learners to explore an object with this three-pack of interactive video freebies from Nicole Legault.
- Have a peek at how Trina Rimmer’s short video project lets you guide learners through a process in a digestible way.
If you’re interested in learning more about creating interactive videos, check out these helpful articles:
- Get to Know Storyline Cue Points
- Storyline 360 and Storyline 3: Understanding States, Layers, and Triggers
- Storyline 360: Working with Hotspots
- How to Add Interactive Pop-Ups to Your Videos
Want to give these ideas a try? Grab a free 60-day trial of Articulate 360 to check out all the cool features in Storyline 360.