In this episode, Ross D is joined by Wes Atkinson of Appitierre, Tom Hickmore of Nice Media, and GoodPractice's very own James McLuckie to discuss the use of video in learning and development.  

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The app Wes referenced for making music videos was Ditty, available at: https://zyamusic.com/products/ditty

Watson 'Speech to Text' can be found here: https://www.ibm.com/watson/services/speech-to-text/

For a sample of Watson's abilities, here is it's automatic transcription of this week's podcast intro: 

'Speaker 0: Hello and welcome to the good practice podcast a weekly show her work performance and learning I'm rustic in this is absurd seventy video production for Alan D. I guess this week are was that concern from aft here Tom take more from nice media and good prices very own James McCarthy.

Speaker 0: Hello guys area.

Speaker 2: Like goats hello hello.

Speaker 0: I'm so what if I could just start with you.

Speaker 0: I think it's kind of generally held our industry at the time serve as the demand for user lads just in time learning.

Speaker 0: Continues to grow at this our video is one way of delivering that experience to users.

Speaker 0: And.

Speaker 0: Would you say that's actually reflected and.

Speaker 0: On the ground I guess is how widespread is video.

Speaker 2: Oh yes will flip flip through his listeners that don't know who I am and I I run and a new offering tool I'm that that's them getting normal popular I'm thankfully that's how the industry and it's on the same topics I'm I'm gonna avoid name dropping.'

Next week, Ross Dickie will be back to discuss VR in learning.