For the past two years, the eLearning Guild has asked me to present courses at their Learning Solutions conferences, and each course has met with resounding approval from attendees. Based on that positive feedback, I’m now delighted to offer you and your company those same in-depth learning experiences at extremely affordable rates. Please visit the Courses page or click the image on this post to read all about the three courses now available, as well as about a free sample. And don’t hesitate to contact me with any questions. These courses are all proven winners, and each can make a considerable contribution to your eLearning team’s success.
My thanks to all the folks who tuned into my seminar Giving Voice to Your eLearning at the eLearning Guild’s Online Forum. The participants were great about sharing personal successes, challenges, questions, and ideas. And I was thrilled to receive great reviews from the online survey responses at the end of the session. I really appreciate all the feedback I received, and I’m very glad attendees felt their time with me was well spent. My goal was to focus on demystifying the process of including voiceovers in eLearning, and to provide attendees with simple, actionable tips and tricks to apply whether creating voiceovers in-house, or hiring professionals. Based on the responses, people left the seminar with a lot of ideas they’ll use back on the job.
If you attended the session, I hope you’ll drop a line here on my web site and keep me posted on how you’re doing with adding voiceovers to your own eLearning projects. I’m always happy to share experiences, trade ideas, and provide any guidance I can based on my own experience both as the person preparing the course content, and as the person recording the voiceovers. If you attended the October Online Forum but missed my session, a recorded version is available on the Event Resources page, along with a downloadable version of the supporting presentation, with links and sample templates.
My thanks again to Tammy Olson for facilitating my session, as well as for three excellent preparatory meetings. And a big thank you to Heidi Fisk as well, for inviting me to present this encore of my seminar. It was a great experience, and I look forward to more in the future!
Heidi Fisk of the eLearning Guild called the other day to say that the seminar I gave at the eLearning Guild’s spring Learning Solutions 2010 conference was so well received that they’d like me to reprise it as part of their October 2-day Online Forum on using media effectively in eLearning. The dates work out for my calendar, so I was delighted to accept! I got great feeback from the seminar I led in Orlando, and I look forward to sharing my seminar Giving Voice to Your eLearning with a wider audience online in the virtual conference world. Thanks to everyone who shared their feedback about my Orlando session; this return engagement would not have happened without your support. Heidi and I have also started talking about my offering a more advanced, hands-on coaching session in spring 2011. Stay tuned for more on that possibility! In the meantime, you can click the image on the right to see information about the upcoming Online Forum.