5 Reasons Why Vetting The Voice For Your eLearning Course Is Important

While several key factors are taken into account when creating effective eLearning videos, the choice of a voice actor is by far the most important. The voice actor is the voice of your eLearning video, if not the face. They become your brand’s identity with which your learners identify you.

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Top 5 Narration Options For Captivate Users

About once or twice a month, Captivate users reach out to me to get my advice about getting additional voices for the text-to-speech tool included with Adobe Captivate. This article is my attempt to provide all the important options available to eLearning developers when it comes to narration.

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6 Tips To Choose The Best eLearning Voice Actors For Your Next eLearning Course

Audio adds an engaging element to any eLearning course, but it has to be the right voice. How do you make appropriate selections for your voice talent and strike the ideal tone? In this article, I’ll share 6 tips to choose the best eLearning Voice Actors for your next eLearning course. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Update To Creating A Quality eLearning Home Office Studio

More Instructional Designers are working remotely. Although home offices aren't designed for studio recording, I set up a quality recording studio in a challenging home office environment. With more experimentation with acoustics and USB mics, this is a major improvement from my previous article. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

7 Examples On Scenario Based Learning (SBL) For Formal And Informal Learning

Scenario Based Learning (SBL) is used extensively as a learner strategy in online learning. In this article, I pick 7 examples that showcase how you can use Scenario Based Learning to enhance both formal and informal learning. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Creating A Quality Video Production Studio For eLearning At Home

More Instructional Designers are working remotely nowadays. Home offices were never designed for studio recording, yet videos must be professional. I’d like to share what I have learned about setting up a quality recording environment in one of the most challenging home office environments imaginable. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.