Lesson 3. Writing Essentials For Authoring On-Screen Content And Narration Scripts

Lesson 3. Writing Essentials For Authoring On-Screen Content And Narration Scripts

Date September 21 2017
Duration 60 Minutes
Join us for Lesson 3. Writing Essentials For Authoring On-Screen Content And Narration Scripts. A free webinar sponsored by eLearning Industry with iSpring and the technologist at alterNative Media, Michael Sheyahshe. The event is scheduled for the 21st of September, 2017.
Lesson 3. Writing Essentials For Authoring On-Screen Content And Narration Scripts
Speaker Michael Sheyahshe
Michael Sheyahshe (aNm) has a vast breadth of experience in IT, eLearning, & innovation spanning 2 decades & several industries: eLearning design & development, animation, simulations, & interactive content. He is an expert in numerous 3D software, game engines, code languages, & frameworks. He holds two BA degrees from OU (Film & Native American Studies) & an MFA in 3D modeling from Academy of Art.
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Lesson 3. Writing Essentials For Authoring On-Screen Content And Narration Scripts

In this lesson, we will go further into the details of developing eLearning content. We will talk about essential writing practices for authoring on-screen texts, content, and narration scripts. We will also discuss some ideas and tips for recording audio, no matter if you’re doing this on your own or you’ve hired a voice-over artist.

Topics covered:

  • Creating textual content for each slide
  • Write narration scripts to be read aloud
  • Ideas and tips for recording audio
The main point when working with on-screen content is to gather all possible information from our SMEs (subject matter experts) and other sources, distill it down to its core concept and provide that core concept to the learners. But every so often we need to provide some additional information. And while you may have only a 140-character limit like on Twitter, you still may be able to support your information with audio, drill-down or would-you-like-to-learn-more information. So there’s no need to fill the screen up with text.
Requirements
  • Hardware: Windows (1.4 GHz Intel Pentium 4 or faster/equivalent) or Mac (1.83 GHz Intel Core Duo or faster) and 512 MB of RAM (1 GB recommended)
  • Operating system: Windows 10, 8.1 (32-bit/64-bit), Windows 7 (32-bit/64-bit) or Mac OS X 10.9, 10.10, 10.11, and 10.12
  • Web browser: Microsoft Internet Explorer 9 or later, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari and Google Chrome
  • Internet connection: Broadband (1 Mbps+) recommended
  • Software: Web browser plugin (will be prompted to install)