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Friday, August 22, 2014

Free Webinar - Subject Matter Expert + Tablet = Faster, Cheaper, Better Video Learning Content



Join the Webinar below.
 
Date: Wednesday, September 17, 2014
Time: 10 AM Pacific / 1 PM Eastern (60-Minute Session)

Speakers:
Michael Kolowich, CEO and Founder, KnowledgeVision Systems
Session Description

In this session, we'll discuss a whole new way to gather video learning materials from your subject matter experts. Rather than dragging them to a recording studio, why not put the studio in their hands?
 
We'll introduce you to a new class of tablet-based video production tools that makes it easy and even fun for SME's to share their knowledge with the organization and its customers. You'll walk away with a couple of great new free tools and a lot of insight into how to fit these tools into a learning program.    
We'll cover:
  • New, easy-to-use tools that will let your SME's create content right from their tablet  
  • Best practices for using these tools effectively
  • How to make this content even more effective with easy post-production tools 
  • How to coach your SME's to get the best possible on-camera performance 
Register now

About Michael Kolowich  

A 22-year pioneer in online content, Michael Kolowich is CEO and founder of KnowledgeVision, a platform for creating interactive video learning assets from PowerPoint presentations. Founder of the top website ZDNet, Michael was Chief Marketing Officer at Lotus, led AT&T's new media initiatives, and founded DigiNovations, one of Boston's top digital media production companies. You can follow him on Twitter @MichaelKolowich or email michael@knowledgevision.com


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2 comments:

Joseph Smith said...

In an age when event budgets are being cut and broadband Internet access is rising, webinars are becoming increasingly popular. Webinars are web-based seminars, that usually include over 30 participants and are used to conduct presentations, workshops, lectures and large-scale meetings. Since webinars are held online, they allow companies to save money on travel, catering and venues, all of which are costs commonly associated with face-to-face seminars. However, due to their large attendance, webinars need careful planning in order to be successful. This is why those planning on hosting a webinar need to take their time to ensure that they properly go through all the necessary steps which will ensure the webinar’s success.

Helge Scherlund said...

Hi Joseph Smith,

Thank you for dropping by.
I appreciate your comment.

/Helge