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6 Quick Voice-Over Tips

eLearning Brothers

Swish throughout your mouth to lubricate your lips and cheeks. You want your eLearning audio to go smoothly, especially voice-overs. Using your voice properly is a skill in itself. Before you grab a microphone, it’s important to know the proper techniques to use, and the rookie mistakes to avoid. #1. Smile! Your listeners want to hear your enthusiasm. Slow down! Hydrate! Prevent pops!

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How to Build Rapid Animations with Rapid Intake SWiSH by Jeff Batt

Learning Solutions Magazine

Building an animation in Rapid Intake’s SWiSH animation tool is a simple task. You can create custom. animations, and time them to the audio for your course. In this tip, you will learn how to do simple. animations.

eLearning Learning – March 1 – 15 2009

Tony Karrer

Adult Learning in the Workplace – Research Findings Top Keywords PKM eLearning Tools Informal Learning Swish Adobe Captivate Twitter LinkedIn Tools Harbinger Adobe Google Articulate Microsoft eLearning Technology. Here are the top items via eLearning Learning. Browse eLearning Content

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Jay Cross

This Thursday I stuck a miner’s pan into shallow gravel and swished the water around, sloshing out the lightweight stuff. About a minute into this, a glint appears and then hides. Swirl, swirl. Only about 3 mm across, but large enough to put a smile on my face. 1849 put California on the map. The gold petered out but we live with Gold Rush era memes today. Gold among the gravel.

Top 74 eLearning Posts from September 2010

eLearning Learning Posts

Serif fonts (or “Roman” fonts) are the ones with the swishes, and sans serif typefaces are the ones that don’t. Best of eLearning Learning in September 2010. As always, great stuff found in the eLearning world in September. Examples and Samples of Game Design Documents - Kapp Notes , September 15, 2010 Here is a collection of several game design documents and information about game design documents. If you are considering creating a “Serious Game&# or an instructional game, one of the first place to start is a great game design document. But how to write one? When/why? refrain.

Corporate handwriting – why typography is important in e-learning.

Spicy Learning

Serif fonts (or “Roman” fonts) are the ones with the swishes, and sans serif typefaces are the ones that don’t. Western fonts and typefaces fall into one of two identifiable categories; either they have small features at the end of strokes to distinguish each character, or they don’t. Put simply, Times New Roman is a serif font ; Arial is sans serif. Sans serif fonts (also known as “gothic” script) have become the acceptable standard. At Saffron, we use a sans serif font for this blog, our website, our courses, even our internal communications. Am I complaining? No way. Why not?