Go Beyond Boring: Creating Scenario-based Learning That Engages Participants (Podcast)

Experiencing eLearning

Since the TLDC community has several D&D players, this version of the presentation has some references and examples related to D&D. You can listen to the audio (which should still be meaningful, even without the slides).

Press Play: 5 Tips for Writing Audio Scripts

SweetRush

Do you want to write blockbuster audio scripts that will make stars of your on-screen characters and have your audience reaching for popcorn and hoping for a sequel? If you’re already visualizing your acceptance speech, keep reading for our top five tips for writing audio scripts.

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The Learning & Development Podcast: Podcasts For Learning with Shannon Martin from Podbean

looop

The Learning & Development podcast is hosted by our Chief Learning Officer David James. This transcript is from the conversation between David and Shannon Martin on podcasts for learning. Listen to episode 65 of the Learning & Development podcast here.

Podcasting for E-Learning: Digital Audio Basics

The E-Learning Curve

Really exceptional podcasts transmit a sense of "being there." Well-designed, planned, narrated and produced audio content has the facility to engage the audience and transport the listener, providing the right cognitive environment for learning or entertainment or whatever goal the podcast seeks to achieve. 2005) Of course, this cognitively experienced sense of “being there” is a completely artificial construct, none more so when you consider audio podcasting.

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TCC09: Podcasting with Section 508

Experiencing eLearning

Podcast logo. This presentation will be an overview of the different methods in the planning, producing, publishing and promoting of hybrid podcasts with instructions on the building of a 508 compliant podcast. Method of delivery will be a hybrid podcast via the web with interaction either via email or a forum. Market research on US podcast audience. Focus on enhanced podcasts, including visuals/slides/etc. AAC (m4a)–audio. Podcast Gear.

What You Need to Know to Get the Best Audio

TechSmith Camtasia

Audio Best Practices. Nothing turns off viewers faster than a video with bad audio. Unless you have a higher end camera that has a built-in shotgun mic, you are going to want consider recording audio separately from your video. They do a great job of picking up only the audio that is close by. Selecting an Audio Recorder. So you’ve picked out your microphone and now you need a recorder to capture the audio. Most audio recorders use XLR or ?”

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Podcasting for E-Learning: Critically Analyzing Podcasts

The E-Learning Curve

My previous blog posts on podcasting have focused the human side of podcasting: narration, story-telling, communicating with your audience. Now, it's time to spend a little time understanding the technical aspects of podcasting. As you begin to hone your podcasting skills, you'll find that you're also taking a remarkable learning journey. The same principles apply when you begin to podcast. Technical Elements : Podcast should take advantage of appropriate Web 2.0

Julie Dirksen – Sponge elearning podcast

Sponge UK

Here are the questions asked during the interview with their times for quick reference: 00.39 Ways to listen to the Sponge UK elearning podcast The full interview is available to listen to using the player above, you can stream the audio directly to your computer or mobile device. Download the mp3 file using this direct link: SpongeUKPodcastEpisode003-JulieDirksen.mp3 (33:40, 11.5MB) Subscribe to the Sponge UK elearning podcast to get the latest episodes automatically.

What makes audiolearning an effective learning tool!

Coorpacademy

Coorpacademy has partnered with Bookboon , the world‘s leading publisher of ebooks and audio learning for professionals. A new way of consuming online content has recently taken off: podcasts. That’s why audio formats are now to be part of digital learning catalogues and offers!

Why You Need Audio Descriptions to Make Online Course Videos Accessible

TechSmith Camtasia

Not only does the ADA Section 504-refresh highlight the need for audio descriptions in higher education videos, but it’s also an accessibility best practice that has the potential to benefit all students. Learn the different types of audio descriptions, how they work, and how to create them so your institution stays compliant. Are audio descriptions like captions??. Audio descriptions (AD) talk through what’s being seen. Audio descriptions help many types of learners.

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Everything Gets Easier When You Know Who Your Ideal Client Is with Agency Operator and Podcaster Jason Resnick

LifterLMS

Learn how everything gets easier when you know who your ideal client is with agency operator and podcaster Jason Resnick in this episode of the LMScast podcast hosted by Chris Badgett of LifterLMS. You can find his podcast over at Rezzz.com if you’re interested in checking that out.

Podcasting to Accelerate Sales for Course Creators with Craig Hewitt from Castos

LifterLMS

Learn how to use podcasting to accelerate sales for course creators with Craig Hewitt from Castos in this LMScast with Chris Badgett of LifterLMS. Starting a podcast is all about getting into the habit and building up a portfolio. I’m joined by a special guest, another podcaster.

The 6 hottest learning trends for 2018 ? Part 6: Podcasting

Limestone Learning

For the time-strapped multi-tasker trying to shoehorn learning into a workday without sacrificing productivity, podcasts are a logical fit. Podcasts can be entertaining and relaxing while still filling our heads with information. Listening to podcasts can be highly productive, especially for auditory learners , and if a podcast is scripted with visually evocative imagery or tactile references, it can be just as effective for visual and kinesthetic learners too.

Exploring Podcasting for E-Learning (and new podcast episode released)

The E-Learning Curve

I'm exploring the medium of podcasting at the moment. I've previously discussed podcasting in general here , but in my view there can (and should) be more to the medium than the well-trodden 'single voice-over discusses topic' - what I call the 'fireside chat' - podcast format. In this context, a podcast presents a learning stimulus, guides knowledge acquisition or learning through example, and elicits understanding. Does this format work for podcasting in your view?

Podcasting for E-Learning – Storytelling and Teaching

The E-Learning Curve

We can say then, that audio has be a core component of teaching for at least 3000 years. These devices enabled the mechanical recording and reproduction of audio, such as spoken voice, singing, instrumental music, or sound effects for the first time in history. Next time: Digital audio and podcasting for e-learning -- New E-Learning Curve’s Other Podcast episode release: In Part 5 of Transatlantic: The Flying Boats of Foynes Part 5: Foynes goes to War Appeasement has failed.

Podcasting for E-Learning: Inflecting the voice?

The E-Learning Curve

In yesterday's post , I discussed the importance of narrative pace to audio podcasting. However, pace alone is not enough to encourage listener engagement with your podcast. It does neatly highlight the importance of context in any verbal communication, something that's even more necessary when communicating in audio only, when we do not have the visual and other cues we typically use to elucidate precise meaning. This is a good podcast."

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A panel podcast on compliance training

Good To Great

→ A panel podcast on compliance training Posted on March 10, 2011 by Stephanie Dedhar | 1 Comment Yesterday I was invited to join a small panel podcast hosted by Craig Taylor to discuss compliance training – what’s wrong with it, what’s right with it and what we need to do to make it even better. This was my first time participating in a podcast and I really enjoyed it.

Distributing your podcast for e-learning

The E-Learning Curve

I've just about completed all the topics I want to cover regarding Podcasting for E-Learning (for the moment). So, over the next couple of days, I want to tie up some podcasting 'loose ends.' Now read on… Today, publishing your podcast. As Jack Herrington (2005) so memorably wrote, podcasting is "blogging out loud." If you've created and posted a blog, you've already used pretty much all the technology required to distribute a podcast.

Podcasting for E-Learning: Putting it all together

The E-Learning Curve

I've been discussing one of the lesser-covered aspects of podcasting: delivering effective voice-over narration. This speech pattern is most apparent when a podcast has not been designed, planned and scripted properly. Here are two excerpts from podcasts about archeology from iTunes U. I have edited this piece down a little but in the unedited version of this podcast, the lecture proper does not begin until nearly two minutes into the podcast.

Podcasting for E-Learning: Emphasize to Enhance Meaning

The E-Learning Curve

In over the last few articles, I've discussed some voice techniques used to assist e-learning content producers create more effective, engaging, and immersive podcasts. This techniques is called 'projection,' and it's the third of the Four 'P's' of great podcast narration. The amount of projection you employ triggers very different reactions in anyone involved in a dialog with the speaker, and you can use the full dynamic range of the human voice when recording a podcast.

How to Start and Grow a Podcast and Build an Online Course Empire with Joe Casabona

LifterLMS

Learn how to start and grow a podcast and build an online course empire with Joe Casabona in this episode of the LMScast podcast with Chris Badgett of LifterLMS. Chris refers to these as the five hats course creators wear: expert, instructional designer, community builder, technologist, and entrepreneur. Joe runs a podcast called How I Built It. Chris and Joe discuss concepts that apply to both podcasting and course creating in this episode.

Producing Podcasts: Some Considerations for Content Creators

The E-Learning Curve

Anthony Bates, author of Technology, e-learning and distance education (2005) states that audio (via radio broadcast) has been used in education for over seventy years. It was the emergence of the internet that genuinely facilitated audio and visual media-based learning. When you start work on a podcast, you must be aware of not only what is to be said, but also to whom you want to say it. More. __ References : Bates, A. First of all, a (longish) pre-amble.

Why is podcasting so successful if 93 percent of communication is nonverbal?

The E-Learning Curve

This post on podcasting for e-learning professionals will consider some aspects of narrative, and debunk an urban myth. The term pace has already entered this series of E-Learning Curve Blog articles about creating podcasts. When a podcast has a lack of pace, it is often down to another, subtler fault: a lack of organization in the underlying form of a podcast's content. Click here to listen to the podcast. References : Burgoon, J.

How to Create Successful Customer Education Content Fast with Dave Derington

TechSmith Camtasia

You can watch the video on this topic at the top of this post, to listen to the podcast episode, hit play below, or read on for more… Dave is passionate about educating customers about software products, particularly SaaS products for any organization or business.

eLearning: Two Awesome Microphones

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

Each of these microphones delivers high quality sound for eLearning and podcasting applications. Let's start with the  Heil PR-40 , a dynamic microphone (meaning that it doesn't need power from a battery, USB connection, or mixer (sometimes referred to as "phantom" power). Without an amplifier, dynamic microphones produce recordings with low audio levels. You can also adjust levels, mute audio, and monitor your recording directly from the microphone.

Can You Hear Me Now? How to Make a Podcast

Take an e-Learning Break

Download the materials for reference. Want to learn how podcasts can help and how to make your own? This hands-on class is designed to provide a fun yet informative introduction to podcasting and how you can utilize this technology in your library services, to enable your users to access the information whenever they want, wherever they want and however they want it. Here's another course from the GMR. Thinking about how to promote your services and reach out to more people?

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): Help Needed: Long Car Ride Ahead and I Want to Load Up on the Best Podcasts

Mark Oehlert

Help Support Drowning Prevention (and looking for some local San Fran help) | Main | "Listening for Learning" (IT Conversations) » April 26, 2007 Help Needed: Long Car Ride Ahead and I Want to Load Up on the Best Podcasts So me and the MINI have to hit the road tomorrow for a total of somewhere between 6-8 hours (3-4 each way). need to pack up my little iPod with some great podcasts and figured you all would know some amazing ones.

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4 Stages of a Learning Business

Web Courseworks

” ( Leading Learning Podcast ) . ” (Leading Learning Podcast). References: Leading Learning, Tagoras (Producer). The Learning Business Maturity Model [Audio podcast]. OrgCommunity and Web Courseworks are excited to present the closing webinar of the Spring eLearning Thought Leaders series, The Learning Business Maturity Model , featuring Jeff Cobb and Celisa Steele of Tagoras.

3 Secrets to Creating Better Video

3Play Media

An accessible video includes captions, a transcript, and audio description and is delivered in an accessible media player. Transcripts are a plain text version of the audio. Transcripts are not time-synchronized, so they’re typically best for audio-only content like podcasts. Audio Description. Audio description (also referred to as “description” or “video description”) is an audio track that narrates the visual elements in media content.

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Cammy Beans Learning Visions: Learning Styles

Learning Visions

In the context of e-Learning (back then it was just plain old CBT), this meant you had audio/video on the screen with timed text bullets. The learner could listen to the audio if her preferred style was auditory, OR read the text if her preferred style was visual. This means that I learn best through my visual channel, next kinesthetic, with audio being my weakest channel. The idea of learning styles commonly refers to some notion for a preferred way of learning.

Three steps to compliance greatness | Good To Great

Good To Great

Add some variety in the approaches, interactions and media you use, and give the learner a bit of control over the experience (the use of audio, or the path through the learning, for instance). Design an ongoing experience, including links to other reference points or learning resources and providing a well-designed crib sheet with key ‘dos and don’ts’ and contact points.

Tips for Developing a Learning Culture

LearnDash

Various forms of media should be used where applicable – such as videos, audio, blogs, wikis, webinars, and podcasts. Reference: PeopleFluent. Most organizations understand the inherent benefits of a robust learning program (both live training and elearning) , but they don’t always know how to create a culture that is conducive to such programs.

How to Easily Create Powerful Customer Education

Spark Your Interest

Customer education pre-purchase takes many forms and often includes the following: Blog posts, e-books, and podcasts – direct to a customers inbox. Simply record a live webinar and use the slides and recorded video and audio as the basis for your e-learning.

E-Learning Authoring Tools Characterized

The E-Learning Curve

Typically, e-learning content developers integrate digital media including: Text Images Animations Audio Video …to create e-learning content and courseware. More. __ References: Horton, W., Tags: folksonomy blog wiki content development authoring tools podcast read/write web mashup elearning development

Why Microlearning Is Best for Learners

Superb Learning

The content is easy to access and refer back to. Short and concise videos are an excellent form of microlearning because they can incorporate different kinds of media such as audio and pictures. Audiobooks and podcasts.

Friday Finds: The Best of Learning, Design & Technology | August 21, 2020

Mike Taylor

Podcasts. Here are three podcast episodes from this week that are worth a listen: In this episode of the Train Like You Listen podcast Myra Roldan , talks about how she leverages voice user interfaces as a training tool. Think of it like a podcast for written content.

How Much Does It Cost to Develop an Online Course?

learnWorlds

It could be text, graphics, animation, video, audio or more enhancing tools. A course which uses PowerPoint presentations, simple video, audio, graphics and quizzes of True-False or multiple-choice test questions. Podcasting. Have you ever thought about creating podcasts?

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