UbiBlog - Tips for creating and managing your eLearning videos

An interview with Jamespot: how to use video to animate a Corporate Social Network?

A corporate social network is an online platform available to all employees of a company. This virtual place offers to everyone the opportunity to share their knowledge and communicate with their teams instantly.

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Should I have a centralized video database next to my LMS?

A little reminder: What is an LMS?

In information and communication technologies, a learning management system (LMS) is a software that manages a learning process or a learning program.  Wikipedia


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Integrating video with your LMS

Did you know that learning content represents more than a billion YouTube views every day?

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Create a video, share it and engage … from your smartphone

This is no secret, today the smartphone is constantly used to create videos whether by ourselves or by professionals such as journalists or producers of digital content. It’s easy, practical and the rendering can be professional!

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How video can bring your meet-up a step further

Meet-ups are meetings of people who share a particular interest and connect with each other through a social network. Cooking, marketing, politics… the topics are very varied.

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How to convince your colleagues to share their knowledge in video?

As you are often told on this blog, video has become essential in the business world. For internal, external communications, video support or training: it is the tool of choice to engage the team and create a a rich database.

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5 mistakes to avoid in recording courses and training

My recording system contains no automation

The teaching staff and the “technical department” of schools can waste a lot of time configuring and manipulating recording tools. Not to mention production, editing and publishing. Automation on some or all aspects saves a lot of time.

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5 tips to optimize the evaluations of your eLearning programs

In eLearning training programs, quizzes, or other MCQs are tools for assessing and validating learning. This is very appreciated by the eLearners: they can check the good understanding of the modules and measure their efforts. So how to make relevant quizzes and how to use them wisely?

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10 tips to record yourself with a webcam

Your eyes and the webcam should be at the same level

Many do not change the place of their computers. This is a mistake because the desktop is usually situated too low. This way, you only film the ceiling and your face is seen from the bottom which is not the most flattering.

I advise you to raise your computer with a box or a few books. Also do not put it too close to your face, to evaluate a good distance count an unfolded arm between your screen and your eyes.


The light is essential

Who has not already watched videos where the person is half hidden by an annoying twilight, it is really annoying because we want to see the face of the person who is talking “to us”. The webcams’ sensors are very small, so a lot of lighting is needed to ensure that the image is captured clearly.

During the day, try to face a window and if the sun dazzles just pull the curtains. In darker rooms, it is necessary to increase the brightness of your screens to the maximum and if possible to add a light in front of you.


Talk watching your camera

To give your audience the impression that you are talking directly to them, it is highly recommended to watch the webcam and not the screen. Otherwise your viewers will feel that you are dealing with something else and their interest can quickly evaporate.

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Using the green screen in your video: good or bad idea?

A Chroma key allows inlays in photos and videos. It is a technique that has long been exclusively used by the film industry. Technically, the goal here is to superpose, usually an actor, to a set that has been filmed or created on a computer.

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Strong of our experts’ experience we share tips on how to make the best of your eLearning videos.