The longer training lasts, the more distractions that can derail learning. Microlearning videos can help resolve some of the most common distractions.
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Traditional Training faces many challenges in transferring learning to long-term memory. MicroLearning videos solves them.
Let’s explore why your agency or organization should make microlearning videos the standard for training.
Knowing what MicroLearning Videos are is just the first step. In this article I’ll discuss how to get your MicroLearning Video program started.
Digital media is evolving as an important way to get an organization’s message out to the audience. Hear from an expert about upcoming trends.
You can’t guarantee your video will go viral, but these tips give you a fighting chance.
Whether you just read GovFem once a week or you’re more like me and scour the headlines every day for feminist news, chances are you could use a change of pace. So, instead of writing a post about women in government, career advice, or feminism this week, I decided to let some of the most inspirational womenRead… Read more »
Back in March 2009, GSA signed an agreement with YouTube which would allow government agencies to post content to this site in compliance with federal terms and conditions. By 2012, every major federal agency had a YouTube channel, and some were even featuring content specifically created for the platform. Compared to the other platforms I’veRead… Read more »
Music videos are fun, attention-grabbing tools for delivering messages that can inspire citizen engagement, educate people, spur them to action, and change minds and hearts. Videos are currently one of the most desirable pieces of content because of how shareable they are on social media. Social videos in particular are also a great way to reach younger audiences, whoRead… Read more »
Vine, the popular micro-video sharing app, launched two years ago on January 24, 2013. For this Vine-iversary, if you will, let’s celebrate the most creative, most touching, and most effective Vines shared by government agencies. Just three months after Vine launched, in a lightning fast move almost unheard of in government, the General Services Administration (GSA) createdRead… Read more »