5 takeaways for a qualitative & sustainable knowledge clip.
Knowledge clips are popular these days. But what do you have to think about when you want to make your own knowledge clip? We share 5 takeaways for a qualitative & sustainable knowledge clip.
- Ask yourself what the purpose and added value of the video/knowledge clip is for your learners. Quality is more important than quantity!
- Make arrangements with colleagues regarding the theme, the content, the material & tool that will be used. This way, the workload can be distributed efficiently, and no one has the feeling of bearing the heavy load. Stronger together, right?
- Long videos don’t work. Limit yourself to short videos of 1 to 3 minutes, so that your learners can stay focused during the whole video. Link a learning activity to the video (a research exercise, an assimilation task, a quiz, etc.) so that your learners actively engage with the content of the video!
- Make the content of a video available in another way (e.g. PPT, document, …) so that the learners can watch the video and quickly check something afterwards.
- If you make some good clips/knowledge clips in advance, you can also use them later in your regular lessons or training sessions! Isn’t that handy and sustainable?