Should we personify the conflict in a learning story by using a villain to let the hero be heroic? Maybe, but it’s not always clear cut.
Get answers to questions about instructional design careers and trends in this webinar recording from UC-Irvine.
A conversational writing style can make elearning more effective, but be cautious of this pitfall that can feel patronizing to learners.
If you want your voice over scripts to sound conversational, vary the sentence structure and length and use conversational tone.
This review checklist summarizes tips from 3 posts about voice over script into a single Word document you can download and use yourself.
Watch for these common voice over script pitfalls: numbers, lists, abbreviations, emphasis, grammar errors.
How research informs my work as an instructional designer, in writing, designing, and justifying my decisions.
Formatting tips for voice over scripts: readable font, size, and spacing; pronunciation guides; file names; table format; dialog format
Tips for writing voice over scripts for elearning. Use conversational style, shorter sentences, and contractions.
Why create diverse characters for learning scenarios? Our characters should reflect the diversity of our audience.