Virtually everyone uses YouTube. In fact, it has become the second most popular search engine, just behind Google. Scroll through your favorite social media site, and you’ll see streaming or recorded video at a nearly 5:1 ratio. With this sort of user adoption, it makes sense to leverage videos in your learning programs. As technology advances and intuitive creation tools hit the market, it is getting easier to create video-based learning. Whether you use them as a performance support tool, to relay static information, or as an effective virtual training tool, videos are cost-effective, engaging, and compelling to every segment of your learner population.