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December 13, 2018

4 Tips For Selecting eLearning Media Assets

At the start of any eLearning development project, you consider a variety of factors to ensure your target audience gets the most out of your training. Are visual and audio media assets part of that discussion? Consider these 4 tips to ensure your media assets enhance learning transfer.
by Ryan Dittmar
November 24, 2018

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.
by Ken Whitaker
October 23, 2018 | Sponsored

4 Ways To Use Video In eLearning (Plus Expert Tips)

From adverts to social media to YouTube, the video has become ingrained in modern life. So it’s no surprise that we look to it in order to make our learning memorable. But with lots of different video styles to choose from, how do you know which one is the best for your learning goals and your budget?
by Georgie Cooke
October 20, 2018 | Sponsored

How To Take Advantage Of Video In Training

Interactive video learning is becoming more and more popular today, especially among younger generations. For the trainer, creating effective training videos has become essential if he wants to be able to engage his learners. Knowing that this challenge is shared by learning professionals everywhere, here are some tips on how to take advantage of video in training in order to maximize results.
by Amanda Rollins
October 19, 2018

4 Tips For Writing Video Training

Are you new to video scripting? Good instructional writing is good writing, regardless of the medium. If you can create effective eLearning, you can learn to write video scripts. The trick is to become familiar with the strengths and limitations of the medium and adjust your approach accordingly.
by Crystal Hunter