Writing & Grammar: Ways to Deal With Tracked Changes Aversion

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In my classes on editing with Word, I hear one complaint more than any other: "The people whose writing I am reviewing do not know how to use tracked changes." " "My boss hates tracked changes." " IconLogic reader Lia Scott adds, "Those who do attempt to use the online tracking often have difficulty following it--resulting in many double words, extra spaces and formatting issues. by Jennie Ruby.

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Soundscapes for elearning

Sponge UK

Voiceovers and audio recordings often make up part of the content, however, it’s equally important to be aware of the whole soundscape that your elearning will exist in and create. Rather than adding extra value, the track is integral to the training.

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Writing & Grammar: So Many Commas, So Little Time

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Alternative answers are brought to you by David Zimmerle. New songs include the following tracks : " Coins for the Canopy " , " Ice Room Graffiti " , and " The Figurine " Carol Ansorge also asked whether it is really okay to introduce a bullet list with no colon. Jennie teaches two writing classes: Writing Effective eLearning Voiceover Scripts and eLearning: Writing Effective Scripts. by Jennie Ruby. Are you guilty of overusing commas?

Writing & Grammar: A Brief History of Editing

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I still meet editors who have never tracked a change or typed a comment in Word. I still hear this complaint now about Word's tracked changes, but when the alternative is some people's handwriting, the underlines, strikethroughs and balloons suddenly look a little better. One of the last problems to be solved in tracked changes was how to mark text that was moved. Are you using Word's track changes? by Jennie Ruby.

Video Tutorials Win (again!): The Unbounce Solution

Visual Lounge

When compared to alternatives, Camtasia hit the sweet spot in terms of what we needed. Once we had our script, we would record the voiceover. While recording audio separately from the video tracks allows for better editing, it also takes longer.

To Peeve or Not to Peeve?

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  When I suggested "training courses,"  I was told that the LMS offers ways to track non-course training, like seminars, book reading, and other learning opportunities, and that calling them training courses is limiting and inaccurate. Check out Jennie's  eLearning writing classes  and ensure both your voiceover scripts and eLearning scripts are ready for prime time!