Is your Video Interactive or Static?

Effective Learning Uses Video! People who learn concepts through video remember longer than most. Not only do video learners retain knowledge longer, but they grasp concepts faster than learning solely through reading. Studies of person to person communication indicates that less than 10% of human understanding comes from language, less than 40% comes from tonality […]

The Player’s The Thing: What is Interactive Learning?

This blog post was originally published on elearningindustry.com. eLearning Industry is the largest online community of professionals involved in the eLearning industry, serving 45,000 + email subscribers. Online video means different things to different people. Further, when it comes to interactive video learning, there is no clear public trend — at least for now. For […]

Video-Powered Learning

C-SPAN’s StudentCam 2015 contest receives a record number of submissions (and votes) For the past six years, the C-SPAN Classroom service has used Viddler’s Contest Manager to conduct its annual StudentCam competition for U.S. high school and middle school students. Each group creates and submits a short documentary on an issue of national importance, and […]

Interactive Video Player to be Showcased at TechKnowledge 2015

Bethlehem, PA ● January 7, 2015 — Interactive video provider Viddler will be showing the latest version of its interactive video player, Arpeggio, at the upcoming ATD TechKnowledge conference (#atdtk) in Las Vegas, January 14-16. Incorporating Viddler’s patented timeline commenting technology, the Arpeggio player provides significant benefits for trainers, distance learning companies, and corporate communications departments. Founded in 2005, […]

Doing Radio on TV

Every disruptive media technology goes through a phase where its proponents really don’t understand its applications or potential — but use it anyway. Invariably, they do what they’ve always done with their familiar medium, and hope that somehow it will work in the new. They’re usually wrong. Early TV shows featured former radio dramas and […]

C-SPAN Uses Viddler to Power Its Student Video Contests

Annual documentary competition designed to promote issue awareness among students In March, C-SPAN announced the winners of its annual contest, (StudentCam, www.studentcam.org) inviting middle school and high school students to submit their own documentaries on issues of national importance. To handle the complexities of each year’s event, the network turned to Viddler for hands-on support. Viddler’s […]