Video-based learning is an increasingly popular form of eLearning that allows its learners to acquire skills and knowledge via video, and it is starting to replace traditional eLearning.

With the wider usage of mobile learning and microlearning, there is an exponential increase in video-based learning that can be consumed on the go, in short, or mini bites.

Interactive video-based learning can mitigate certain drawbacks of linear video-based learning, such as intrinsic limitation of “passivity” (learner can only control the video by pressing start or pause). Such drawbacks do not efficiently stimulate higher levels of cognition, which can be countered by introducing checkpoints or activities to reinforce understanding.

The Benefits of Interactive Video-based Learning

Bite-sized Learning

Learning videos are designed in short, bite-sized nuggets which learners can consume on the go, on the device of their choice.

Branching Options

The branching options allows learners to make active choices that take them through unique pathways. This approach creates a highly sticky learning experience and enables you to level up the learners’ cognition of the application beyond just recalling and understanding.

Knowledge Check

The practices or assessments can be added as intermittent checkpoints in the middle or end of the video to reinforce learners’ knowledge.

eLearning Format Ready

It can be published in the SCORM/Tin Can output format to track the learner’s progress and performance.

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