We all know that eLearning is all about making training and development engaging. And how do we do that? We use a healthy and logical combination of images, videos, audio, text, and designs to positively capture the attention of learners and bring across points of importance to their immediate attention.
According to a study, the number of YouTube videos streamed every day runs into multi-billions. And surprisingly almost 60% of these videos are either:
- How-to videos
- Infotainment around topics like history, science, philosophy
- Product usage videos
- Upskilling and so on…
Surprising isn’t it? From what we see above, it so appears that most people using YouTube as a stress-busting medium are already consuming some form of training, development, informative, or upskilling-based content! They do not even know it yet!
Ask yourself what YouTube videos did you watch in the last 24 hours? Was it some baking tutorial or was it a product review?
You see, relevant and well-packaged training content is an amazing tool to bust stress. Just think about some work-related training content that is packaged into an engaging eLearning course with lively characters and good designs. Or an interactive eLearning module with challenging options to think about. Even a short 5-minute how-to video on an important topic, if packaged well, can assist learners with alleviating stress!