The National Institute of Corrections (NIC) is seeking applications for funding under the Fiscal Year (FY) 2018 for the development and production of various live and taped video productions (up to 54 Hours) over a three year period (funds permitting). This furthers NIC’s mission by building the capacity of federal, state, local, and tribal correctional agencies to innovative training and information dissemination regardless of their geographic location.
Live Internet broadcasting is training/education between trainers/facilitators at one location and participants as they receive instruction at other locations via technology. NIC uses internet broadcasting economically to reach audiences from federal, state, tribal, and local corrections and criminal justice agencies, as well as partners and vested stakeholders who have a common interest in and/or contact with offender populations. The typical consumer of our broadcast is participating via a laptop, tablet, mobile device, or desktop computer system in their office or a remote location. They may also be participating as a group at a site that is projecting the broadcast via a larger screen in a training room at a facility site.
NIC is expanding its use of video into the micro video learning realm with the use of live to tape productions of information dissemination and training, in easily consumable “bites” of learning of 5, 10, 15, 20, or 30 minutes or up to 1 hour in length, depending upon the defined performance outcome. Micro video learning as NIC is defining it is learning that is short term, chunked to follow the science of learning and performance into practice, and is easily accessed by the learner when they need it “just in time”.
NIC, as a leader in correctional learning, continually seeks to use and integrate various forms of visual media to support and enhance learning within its full continuum of technology leveraged delivery strategies.
The purpose of funding this initiative is to produce various live internet broadcasts and taped video productions and training (up to 54 Hours) over a three year period, with up to eighteen hours (18) of product being produced each year of a three year agreement, pending funding availability each year and NIC’s yearly video production needs. NIC will accept proposals for the creative use of up to 18 production hours each year.
DEADLINE: Applications must be received before midnight (ET) on February 20, 2018.
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