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Effective Usage of Video in Learning Management Systems

Effective Usage of Video in Learning Management Systems

According to MediaPlatform, studies have shown that video is a more memorable way to learn than any other media. Not only that, when employees have the opportunity to watch, discuss, or do something, they retain more of what they learn. Adding video into a learning management system gives employees with the ability to learn on their terms.

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Video Streaming

What is video streaming and how does it work? In this tutorial you'll learn the basics. This is a great starter course for those of you who aren't too technical but would like to understand what the heck your IT guys are talking about.

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Incorporating Video into Learning and Talent Management

Incorporating Video into Learning and Talent Management

Many enterprises use learning management systems to deliver and manage electronic forms of training across the organization. According to Wikipedia, a learning management system is a software application for the administration, documentation, tracking, reporting and delivery of e-learning education courses or training programs. While a basic learning management system may include text, photos, PDFs, interactive quizzes, and other elements, incorporating video into the system can enhance the learning experience.

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How Social Business Networks and Video Foster Sales Enablement

How Social Business Networks and Video Foster Sales Enablement

Sales enablement has evolved in recent years, and it has become critical to the bottom line. At the same time, new business communications tools have evolved -- two of which are ideal for fostering sales enablement.

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Improving Engagement with Jive Through the Enterprise YouTube

Improving Engagement with Jive Through the Enterprise YouTube

In 2012, one of the largest studies examining social collaboration in the enterprise was published by the McKinsey Global Institute. It concluded that "...the use of social technologies to improve communication and collaboration within and across enterprises could contribute two-thirds of the $900 billion to $1.3 trillion in value that we estimate can be created across the four commercial sectors we study."

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