David Kelly’s Curated L&D Content for the Week of 3/9/20

This week’s curated content includes links exploring the following: How campaigns can be used to support continuous learning Alternatives to using stock photography Design creativity […]

The 5 Kinds of Equipment You’ll Need To Start Creating Your Own Video Content

Mitchell Vanlerberg is a workshop presenter at this year’s Learning Solutions Conference and Expo. In this guest post, he shares a breakdown of the elements […]

“Resetting” Yourself

In the age of continuous improvement (yes, I do believe we can implement processes to continually refine educational practice), the biggest danger is losing a […]

Voiceovers in eLearning are more efficient when you use text-to-speech

Voiceovers Is it time to retire the humble microphone?     Instructional Designers and eLearning developers routinely add voiceovers to the eLearning that they develop […]

Solve Poor Customer Education Audio Quality for Less than $40

Customers are tired of poor audio quality, so why do we still give it to them. I am taking about poor audio quality on live, […]

David Kelly’s Curated Content for the Week of 5/8/17

I read through a number of articles and blog posts each day, and every Monday I curate a few of my favorites for members of […]

Teach Online TV #52: Choosing A Microphone To Record Your Online Course

In this video, we recommend specific microphones that are great for creating online courses, recording voice over slides, and doing podcast interviews. We also discuss […]

Boom! I’m back!

Just when you thought it was safe to go back into the blogging-sphere - with a resounding boom! I have returned! In order to ease […]

Can You Hear Me Now? Tips For Recording Your Best Audio

Many think that recording audio is a simple task. You sit down, turn on the software and start talking, right? HA! If only it were […]

ThinkWrite Headsets for Mobile Devices [review]

Back when I was managing a school we would have kids running in and out of the computer lab, tugging at headsets, bending the earpieces, […]

Nervous About Video Projects?

I have no problem putting myself in front of a camera and acting, performing, “hamming it up”, or delivering other recorded performance. It seems many Millennials […]

A Great Trick for Attaching a Lavalier Microphone

Many of our school television studios utilize small lavalier microphones that clip to the host’s clothing for audio. They’re terrific because they’re small, inconspicuous, and […]

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