d’Vinci partnered with Interface Media Group (IMG) to create a series of interactive eLearning videos for The International Monetary Fund (IMF) climate change educational program.
d’Vinci produced each video using Articulate Storyline 360, featuring graphics, animation, and ungraded multiple-choice questions to engage the viewer. d’Vinci’s use of Storyline offered a cost-effective option to create interactive video content. Each video features three to four learner interactions to reinforce the content.
“We created a mix of complex animations to bring the content, objects, and images to life. The movement and transitions make the courses feel more like custom built motion-graphics videos,” said d’Vinci Learning Experience Director Jenny Fedullo.
In response to the Earth’s rapidly increasing temperature, the IMF identified three broad areas to tackle climate change -- mitigation and carbon pricing, adaptation and resilience building, and transitioning to a low-carbon economy. The interactive videos educate viewers about current strategies and the future possibilities in the fight against climate change.
“The IMF Learning team wanted to educate the public about the climate change crisis using interactive, educational content. We brought on Interface Media Group (IMG) and d’Vinci to utilize their expertise in interactive video production. This resulted in the creation of engaging and enlightening videos that increase the public’s knowledge about strategies and possibilities in the fight against climate change,” said Stevi Calandra, Multimedia Supervising Producer, IMF Learning.
The interactive eLearning videos are published in HTML5 to play across Windows and Mac PCs, tablet devices, and smartphones.
The IMF Climate Change educational program recently earned a Davey Award in the Social Responsibility for Websites category.
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