When it comes to enabling on-demand learning, search is absolutely critical. After all, if a resource can’t be found, no one will be able to benefit from it.
Historically, search has been the single biggest drawback to including video in training programs. Video may be a more engaging format, but no one was willing to watch a 90-minute recording just to find a specific two minutes’ worth of details, especially when a quick keyword search could turn up the right page in the handbook.
But that’s all changed. Today, a growing number of strategies are helping learning & development teams make the contents of their training videos more searchable. Learn more, including 2018’s new best practices for using tags, transcriptions, and technology to make your training videos easier for your employees to search.
About Steve Rozillis
Steve Rozillis heads Customer Evangelism at Panopto, helping L&D professionals to convert general interest in video into concrete, practical applications for video-enabled training, communications, social learning, and knowledge management programs. Prior to Panopto, Steve worked at Safeco Insurance, a division of Liberty Mutual, helping independent insurance business owners identify and take advantage of local web marketing tactics to better compete with industry giants. Steve studied Communications at the University of Michigan and Duquesne University. A father of two children under 6, his hobbies today include building a lot of sandcastles.