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A Free Online Accredited University?

Started Jan 23, 2013 0 Replies

With all the budget cuts and programs on the chopping block; is this something you see as a viable option to help bridge the education/budget gap? I see this as especially important here in WA state…Continue

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Mitch Netzer liked Hannah Ornell's blog post 'You Want Me to Listen to Your Idea? Tell Me a Story'
Feb 5, 2013
Mitch Netzer liked GovLoop's blog post '8 Habits of Effective Government Managers'
Jan 31, 2013
Mitch Netzer posted a discussion

A Free Accredited University Online?

With all the budget cuts and programs on the chopping block; is this something you see as a viable option to help bridge the education/budget gap? I see this as especially important here in WA state where we may lose our GET program (GET is a prepaid college program through the state).Would you consider hiring a candidate if they had their degree from a free online university?In case you were wondering, this university actually exists! …See More
Jan 23, 2013
Mitch Netzer liked Andrew Krzmarzick's discussion When Should An Organization Abandon Social Media?
Jan 22, 2013
Jacque Netzer liked Mitch Netzer's blog post 'Creating Engaging Training Videos That Will Still Be Useful in 5 Years'
Jan 18, 2013
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Creating Engaging Training Videos That Will Still Be Useful in 5 Years

Since entering the public sector 10 months ago, I’ve been exposed to a wide swath of education materials used for training employees and getting the word out about new programs and services. I’ve been impressed with the creative ways videos have been used for ads and informational videos, but there is a severe lack of creativity when it comes to most training videos. Boring Videos of Years Past Picture the early 90s HR training videos we’ve all experienced as new employees: the iconic sexual…See More
Jan 18, 2013
Mitch Netzer posted a blog post

Creating Engaging Training Videos That Will Still Be Useful in 5 Years

Since entering the public sector 10 months ago, I’ve been exposed to a wide swath of education materials used for training employees and getting the word out about new programs and services. I’ve been impressed with the creative ways videos have been used for ads and informational videos, but there is a severe lack of creativity when it comes to most training videos. Boring Videos of Years Past Picture the early 90s HR training videos we’ve all experienced as new employees: the iconic sexual…See More
Jan 17, 2013
Mitch Netzer commented on Pat Fiorenza's blog post 'Video Use in Gov: NASA Debunks End of World, Creates Gangnam Style Parody'
"Thank you! Wasn't really digging for compliments but I'll take it! :)"
Jan 9, 2013
Mitch Netzer commented on Emily Jarvis's blog post 'Are budget cuts the real catalyst for Innovation?'
"While I totally agree with this, I can also see the flip-side where once you have a budget to work with, you can finally do all those things you've been wanting to do but haven't had the budget for. Maybe this is just my perspective from…"
Jan 8, 2013
Mitch Netzer commented on Pat Fiorenza's blog post 'Video Use in Gov: NASA Debunks End of World, Creates Gangnam Style Parody'
"@Janina Just a referral link to where they came from would be welcomed (Association of Washington Cities). I'd also make sure that they know these are WA state specific so some of the laws/dates may be different depending on states."
Jan 8, 2013
Mitch Netzer commented on Pat Fiorenza's blog post 'Video Use in Gov: NASA Debunks End of World, Creates Gangnam Style Parody'
"I love seeing the new ways that government and para-government agencies are beginning to use video! I've just started working to create training materials (mainly through video) for elected officials in WA state and we've gotten a lot of…"
Jan 8, 2013
Mitch Netzer replied to Andrew Krzmarzick's discussion 'Social Media and Gov: Are We Still in Love?'
"Working with the cities and smaller local governments; I tend to see that the one's who haven't started utilizing social media as a communication tool are simply too scared of the possible ramifications of it (e.g. public records requests…"
Jan 3, 2013
Mitch Netzer liked Andrew Krzmarzick's discussion Social Media and Gov: Are We Still in Love?
Jan 3, 2013

Highlight Videos:

Mini-Documentary: The S.C.O.R.E. Jail Facility

A short vignette highlighting the S.C.O.R.E. Jail facility for their award winning South Correctional Entity Jail Project coordinated between the cities of Auburn, Burien, Des Moines, Federal Way, Renton, SeaTac and Tukwila. Produced, Directed, Edited by Mitch Netzer in conjunction with the Association of Washington Cities.

*Shot with Panasonic Z1-U and Canon T2i

Mini-Documentary: Revitalizing LaCrosse, WA

A short vignette highlighting the economic struggles and triumphs in the small city of LaCrosse, WA. Produced, Directed, Edited by Mitch Netzer in conjunction with the Association of Washington Cities.

*Shot with Panasonic Z1-U

Profile Information

Current Title:
Interactive Communications Specialist
Current Agency or Organization
Association of Washington Cities
What Best Describes Your Role?
Communications
Educational Background (Degree, School):
Los Angeles Film Studies Center
Film Concentration, Motion Picture Production

Northwest University
Communications, Film
Profile Links - Blog, Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook
www.Twitter.com/MitchNetzer

www.linkedin.com/in/MitchNetzer/

www.MitchNetzer.com
Topics I Care About
Communications, Gov 2.0, IT (Cloud Open Source), Leadership, Telework
I work for the government because:
I care about local government because of their direct influence on their communities. I believe that by using technology to meet our local leaders where they are in order to aid them in doing their jobs more effectively is a critical and often forgotten in the grand scheme of government.
My favorite public servant is:
The Volunteer.

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Creating Engaging Training Videos That Will Still Be Useful in 5 Years

Posted on January 17, 2013 at 4:30pm 0 Comments

Since entering the public sector 10 months ago, I’ve been exposed to a wide swath of education materials used for training employees and getting the word out about new programs and services. I’ve been impressed with the creative ways videos have been used for ads and informational videos, but there is a severe lack of creativity when it comes to most training videos.



Boring Videos of Years Past



Picture the early 90s HR training…

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