It’s great to hear from folks about how they’re using their Little Prompters. Today I received this short email from a university instructor and actress:
“Hi Dann, Thank you for the prompt response and information. I’m looking forward to using the Little Prompter – both as an instructor at [University] and as an actress. This is going to make the world of self-submits so much easier!Thank you again, [Name].”
A big thanks to this customer for giving Little Prompter a try, and I continue to enjoy hearing how instructors, actors, directors, small businesses, and churches and charities are benefiting from the Little Prompter!
With a map and a whole lot of stickpins, it’s clear to see the Little Prompter has had a HUGE impact! Teachers, Business Professionals, Churches, Charities, and Vloggers around the world are now created flawless online videos! Thank you to those who supported the Little Prompter from the start–and a HUGE THANK YOU those of you who have purchased one of our lightweight and versatile teleprompters for your own videos! May you–and the Little Prompter–have a FLAWLESS 2019! –dann
Josh Hicks is a camera guru. I’ve never met him, but I’ve now seen some of his tech reviews and he’s a bright and talented guy. He unboxes, demonstrates, reviews, modifies, and uses, the Little Prompter in about 8 minutes. If you’re a video pro and debating about a teleprompter for under $200, you gotta watch his review.
(Note: The Little Prompter does work well with any pro and pro-sumer camera–even if the weight shifts backwards a little–but this gave Josh a chance to highlight his impressive 3D design skills.)
Santa is often one of the first to discover great gifts–and this year is no exception! Santa ordered up a Little Prompter! Even better . . . he gave it a 5 star review on Amazon! He wrote a a number of nice things, including: I’ve been creating Videos from Santa since 2007, and I’ve tried everything I could think of to make them better and produce them faster . . . in less than 5 minutes, the Little Prompter took me from 11 years as an amateur to a real professional.” For the rest of Santa’s great review–and for several more, visit Amazon, and click on those 5 Stars.
Effective instructional videos can vary in style. This short video, inspired by an Arizona State University study, reveals preferences and effectiveness in two different styles:
Should you teach to the camera/viewer or
Should you teach a student who is also on camera and film that interaction?
This video featuring Dann Hurlbert, Carleton College’s Media & Design Guru succinctly recaps a 2018 study from ASU’s Katelyn M Cooper, Lu Ding, Michelle Stephens, Michelene T. H. Chi, and Sara E Brownell. And, you bet, Dann used a Little Prompter to ensure a flawless delivery.