Blended courseware includes Video shorts augmenting workbooks that is more in tune with the way that people like to learn. To produce an informative, lively learning, Ken applies an organized approach to design and production of blended learning content.

 

This includes creating slideshows and demonstrations that can be professionally recorded into a format that is accessible to everyone. Associated documentation needs to be designed for a variety of purposes depending on how the blended learning course is to be deployed.

BLENDED Learning Development

Blended Learning

The Recording Process

 

  1. Brief: Specifies the strategy and goals of the video project. Identify the tools (PowerPoint, Camtasia, Yeti Pro, ...) and recording environment (home recording studio, closet, ...) you’ll use.
  2. Script: The voiceover and presentation used in the video project.
  3. Storyboard: For each component, a visualization roadmap for the component is created.
  4. Video component: The actual component is recorded, edited, annotated, and produced.

 

The final video production is created from video components with voiceovers, transitions, effects, and background music. Also, don’t forget about closed captioning, quizzes, and topic introductions with lower thirds. This approach enables a consistent theme for all video projects. Components can be selected and stitched together to produce the final video:

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VIDEO COMPONENTS

Personalizing the Presenter

Producing Workbooks

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LONG DOCUMENTS

Professional Results

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