Steps to creating asynchronous learning videos
Step 1: Choose your subject matter: Whether you’re a learning content creator, trainer or learner, focus is key. Decide on the needs of your colleagues and students & create a plan based on present learning gaps.
Step 2: Create: Once you plan out your content focus, it’s time to begin creating. Weets are organized into chapters to help you create step by step tutorials. They are also short, to help your viewers absorb and retain knowledge.
Step 3: Share: Encouraging asynchronous learning and share Weets consistently. Asynchronous learning is a learning style that adapts to the daily needs and workload of remote teams and students.
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Asynchronous learning: How to capture and transfer
Identify key asynchronous learning topics
Frame your subject, define an educational or training objective; One goal … Here we determine what learning topics are most suitable for short video formats. This shapes the structure that will be implemented to create your content.
If you’ve run a remote team or taught remote students chances are remote learning is already a part of your day. However, streamlining your current asynchronous learning content into one place and keeping learners engaged in a collaborative space is made simple with Weet.
Create asynchronous learning content
Use the key topics identified and areas where remote learning material needs a refresh. Each team, regardless of discipline, has its own goals and key targets. Create content along those needs and encourage a remote culture that embraces asynchronous learning and development.
This is easy to do with Weet, since it was built for collaboration and goes beyond one way communication.
Your viewers can ask questions, follow up with tough topics and acquire new knowledge with asynchronous learning on their time.
Share with your remote teams
Thanks to the library of quick short video tutorials created in a collaborative format, anyone can easily access asynchronous learning materials on Weet. Offer colleagues and students a library of knowledge available on demand. All they need is a Chrome or Edge browser.
Asynchronous learning with Weet video
Weet is built with a webcam feature but it is adaptable for those who are camera shy. While we think using your webcam humanizes remote learning, the same is achievable with voice and screen share. Virtual backgrounds are also available to add a unique touch.
Immersive video allows learners to participate in asynchronous learning in a dynamic way. After all, if a picture is worth a thousand words, video can communicate much more for asynchronous learning. Weets can also be enriched with comments (text, images, etc.) or links. Exciting new features with Weet 2.0 are coming soon! We can’t wait for you to try them.