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10 Common Problems faced by Learners in Online Learning

Raptivity

One of the key goals of any Instructional Designer, educator or SME of an online course, is to engage learners into the course and help them successfully achieve the learning objectives. They take quite a few efforts towards achieving this goal. However, do those efforts covert into a comprehensive success? Well, not always. To know why, we need to look at online learning experiences from learners’ perspective.

e-Learning budgets: Doing more with less

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With the help of rapid development tools like Articulate Storyline, a PPT can be easily converted to an e-module – reducing development time considerably. Use audio and video to create impactful learning. Contrary to popular belief, audio and video can be introduced in an e-course without creating a hole in training budgets. Your SME can double up as your audio-voiceover artist. Most corporations perceive learning to be an essential and ongoing process.

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How to Edit Video (With Step-by-Step Video)

TechSmith Camtasia

A sample.mp4 video that has been completed and ready to post to an online service (Camtasia PPT Green Screen Experiment). Three versions (all in uncompressed.wav format) of the voiceover. And then I also did a voiceover. And then you’re laying an audio track so perfect.

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Text-to-Speech vs Human Narration for eLearning

Tony Karrer

This time it is succeeding because of the price, the voice quality, and the integration with PPT. It offers a significant advantage over other methods of providing audio with PowerPoint. Something easy to edit and change on the fly, without having to send it out, or schedule lengthy voiceover work. That way, you have a good idea what it will sound like once it’s recorded. For example: Learning environment – some environments audio is not good.