Posts Tagged "audio"

Getting Beyond Bullet Points with visual and audio.

If you’ve not already read my previous blog post ‘Getting Beyond Bullet Points (visuals only)’ then I’d strongly suggest having a read of it before you read any more of this post. Why? Well for 2 reasons really: 1. The earlier post will provide you with the context behind this post. 2. The purpose of this specific post is to act as a comparison to the first post in this series, hence the benefit of viewing the first one! As you will have seen in the previous post, using the approach of images and single words in a presentation is certainly visually engaging, however...

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A word of warning, be careful…

… as to what media you use if you are ever asked to produce a festive tip for the eLearning networks 24 tips advent calendar Why a warning? Well, because you might just be asked to facilitate a session on it at a future eLN event!! Joking aside, I was privileged to be asked by Rob Hubbbard to co-facilitate the recent eLN event How to produce rich media learning materials. This was something of a departure for an eLN event as it was planned to be very ‘hands on’, so it was great to be asked to be a part of it. Each of the speakers had been asked to promote their individual...

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I’m absolutely loving…

… the structure of the online Rapid eLearning Design programme that I have been undertaking for the past week. The ReD programme is the brain-child of @RobHubbard from LearningAge solutions who has cleverly set the premise of the programme around each of the delegates being ‘Junior Operatives’ in the fictitious Ministry of Instructional Design, but hey! Rob can do a much better job of explaining the premise in this video here. As I’m only a week into it it is a little difficult to offer any in-depth feedback, however what already deserves recognition is the way in...

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