Over the past year, the pandemic has forced many to adapt to remote working and changed the way we conduct meetings and presentations. Conducting video conferences has become a common method to facilitate such exchanges, but what if there is a more efficient way to share your expertise to your clients or staff, without the need to spend time repeating the same thing every session?
E-learning makes your content available to a wide pool of audiences, eliminating time and location restrictions. It can be formatted in an intuitive self-paced format accessible on desktop, web and mobile.
Converting your presentations does not need to be complicated. Here are some pointers to help you get started:
Break down content into bite-sized modules – You may have an existing slide deck or video recording that spans at least an hour or two, that may be a bit heavy to complete in one sitting. A good place to start is to look at your presentation outline, and break them up into parts, preferably 5-10 minutes for each video, or up to 20 minutes per module.
Ask questions – Without direct presence, how do you gauge your audience’s understanding of the topic? Prepare a set of questions that can be asked at certain “checkpoints” or at the end of the presentation. Using multiple-choice questions, responses can be graded automatically and provide immediate feedback.
Transform your content – To keep your audience engaged, you can add graphics, videos, animations and voiceovers to your presentation. If you need your content to be more dynamic, interactive elements such as click-and-reveal or branching scenarios can be added as well.
If you need help with transforming your content, you may consult the content creation team from Rajah & Tann Technologies. Rajah & Tann Technologies also offers content hosting service on their own cloud-based learning management system Novusdemia, streamlining the content deployment and user onboarding processes. It allows tracking of module usage and user progress on different levels for audit and compliance purposes.
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