This year the 2020 Learning Technologies Summer Forum (#LTSF20) will take place online across five days in July, Monday 13 to Friday 17. Gemma Patterson, Head of Development Experiences and Innovation at Legal & General and Nick Welch from Primed Media will host a session on Monday 13 all about using video for organisational learning, focusing on its use supporting remote learners.
Donald Taylor, LTSF Chair, explains: “In this short, practical session, Gemma Paterson and Nick Welch share their tips for using video to support learning in a world where we’re not in the same room. From creative approaches to shooting video during lockdown to tips on how to use it to drive performance virtually, join us for real examples of how this works – and maybe even try it yourself.”
Video for learning in a remote world takes place on 13 July, 16:00 - 16:45 and covers:
The technical stuff you have to know
Supporting your story tellers
Using social media to create advocates
Using video to drive performance
Ensuring people can find your video
The full programme of activities is on the LTSF 2020 website.
Registration is free of charge: LTSF 2020 registration.
About Nick Welch
Director, Primed Media
Founder and director of corporate film-making agency that works with internal comms, leadership, marketing and learning teams to deliver leading edge videos and training. Creating films for global clients including Aviva, the BBC, O2, Weetabix, Philip Morris International, BP, Johnson & Johnson, HighSpeed2, PA Consulting, Royal Caribbean and McLaren F1.
About Gemma Paterson
Head of Development Experiences and Innovation, Legal & General
Gemma leads a team of innovators to create, curate and share learning that drives performance at Legal & General. Her background in digital marketing and social media lends a customer focus to her approach to learning; bringing data, social learning, performance support and user experience design together. Gemma’s philosophy is to develop solutions with people, for people and her passion for creating beautiful, useful experiences that improve performance sits at the heart of her approach. Gemma is an active member of the learning industry community, contributing to blogs, podcasts and conversations to share best practice and collaboratively discover solutions that inspire progress. Gemma is an active member of the learning industry community, contributing to blogs, podcasts and conversations to share best practice and collaboratively discover solutions that inspire progress.