VideoScribe workshop – in partnership with MicroLearn

Date: Thursday 17th may 2018

Time: 9:00am – 4:00pm

Location: World Animal Protection, Grays Inn Road, London, WC1X 8HB

Cost: £50.00

Summary of the day

Want to create your own video learning but don’t know where to start? Or perhaps you have taken a look at VideoScribe and been a little baffled!

Ali Soper has created numerous videos for MicroLearn using VideoScribe, and she’ll be guiding you through the day.

She’ll be looking at the essential ingredients you need to get started, so you’ll leave feeling more confident about content creation. The day will include:

  • A VideoScribe overview: With a run through of the settings and the essential information you need to know
  • Advice on getting started: Storyboarding, with a sample script and audio provided by MicroLearn (or bring your own if you’d rather)
  • Hints and tips to master VideoScribe: Become more confident and proficient using either your own script or a sample from MicroLearn

*Please note that on the day you will need to bring along a laptop with VideoScribe downloaded. You can use a free trial but don’t forget that we’ve managed to secure an exclusive discounted rate – CLC members can buy an annual VideoScribe licence for just £50! Contact your account manager for the discount code.

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We have tried our best to keep costs to an absolute minimum for our members to attend this event. We know how expensive training days like these can be usually.

Once you have booked your place on the day, you will receive a confirmation in the time leading up to the event with more details and extra goodies.

*You will not be charged when signing up. We will send you an invoice for £50.00 per person*

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