LMS WITH VIDEO FEATURE

More than 5 billion videos are watched on YouTube every day by over 1 billion people, which is 14% of the global population.

Forrester Research reports that employees are 75% more likely to watch a video instead of reading through PDFs, Word documents, and PowerPoint files.

To further compound all of this, 65% of the training is retained when delivered in an audio + video format as compared to 30% when only reading.

LMS with Video-Based Learning Object
Video Management on Abara LMS
Video Management on Abara LMS

ABARA IS AN LMS WITH VIDEO-BASED TRAINING FEATURES

Abara LMS comes with a powerful video-based learning object feature to support video-based training content. It supports various methods for using video-based training. Options for video-based training content include

  • Directly upload MP4 videos from local storage

  • Embed videos from video sharing sites like YouTube

  • Embed videos from video subscription platforms like Vimeo

Tracking Video-Based Courses

TRACKING VIDEO-BASED COURSES

The Abara LMS video management feature lets Administrators define the completion policy for videos. There are two ways to do this:

  • Administrators can control the parameters defining video completion. Locking the Forward option is also possible.

Use videos as a part of learning objects. Add them to your knowledge repository and track individual learner progress.

Tracking Video-Based Courses
LMS Video-Based Performance Support
LMS Video-Based Performance Support

VIDEOS AS PERFORMANCE SUPPORT MATERIAL

Abara LMS gives the ability to use videos as just-in-time performance support material. The inbuilt Knowledge Repository works as a collection of performance support material.

The Knowledge Repository is a place where video-based reference material can be stored. A user can refer to this video-based training material to accomplish a task instead of looking through an eLearning course again, which can be accessed quickly via the web or via the mobile app. This could include:

  • How-to videos

  • Video-based procedures for IT systems used as quick reference material instead of formal training

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