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Listen Up! It’s Time to Add Podcasts to Your e-Learning

Trivantis

If you answered yes, you’re going to LOVE this blog. If you answered no, well, you should read this blog anyway because your e-Learners are going to love YOU when you present them with… a podcast! Why am I so excited about a podcast? Anyone with a microphone and a computer can create a podcast. Or you can channel your inner voiceover star and record yourself. It’s Time to Add Podcasts to Your e-Learning appeared first on Lectora.com.

e-Learning budgets: Doing more with less

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Your SME can double up as your audio-voiceover artist. This rough-cut can then be transcribed and edited to create the final script for the audio-voiceover. Create video recordings and podcasts in collaboration with the people within the organization – instead of making high-end productions with hired artistes and locations. Learning communities like blogs and discussion boards are the hotbed of discussion about the latest technological and development tools.

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The Training Manager’s Guide to Accessible Elearning

The Learning Dispatch

He frequently shares about accessible elearning development through our Learning Dispatch blog and newsletter. Training content developed using rapid authoring tools, such as Articulate Storyline, Trivantis Lectora, and Adobe Captivate, and (often) provided as a click-though, packaged course. Those with hearing disabilities often use captions to access content related to sound (such as podcasts or video). For example, there are presentations on how to write great alt text.

The Training Manager’s Guide to Accessible Elearning

The Learning Dispatch

Training content developed using rapid authoring tools, such as Articulate Storyline, Trivantis Lectora, and Adobe Captivate, and (often) provided as a click-though, packaged course. Those with hearing disabilities often use captions to access content related to sound (such as podcasts or video). For more on this topic, see Grove’s blog posts on accessibility business case arguments ). For example, there are presentations on how to write great alt text.