How to transform passive watchers into active learners

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The educational video market remains in a period of profound change due to faster and less costly technology developments for video creation, distribution and consumption. This has brought with it higher expectations about the availability of video to explain and inform.

A guest article by Sonia Hetzner, Senior Research Manager at the Innovation in Learning Institute of the University of Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany

Video has definitely solidified its place in the world of education and training and, in the near future, will be one of the key elements for all learning and training activities. But, despite its ubiquity, all over the globe education and training providers face the challenge of sourcing and integrating good quality video content into their programmes.

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