Writing Effective eLearning Narration: Making It Easy to Read, Say, and Comprehend

Many courses rely upon voiceover to help connect with their learners. This is a solid approach and, when used well, can make for great learning experiences. But what I have found is that the narrated portion of courses is often written like something you would find in a textbook. The problem here is that all people, regardless of age or experience with digital media, generally expect the narration to be conversational. Reading straight from a book, of course, is not conversational.

Instructional designers and subject matter experts (SMEs) mean well; they want to share and teach all the content needed to understand and master a topic. But this can lead to “content fatigue,” where they try to cram in every last tidbit of information on a given subject. But longer narration can tend to cause the learner to tune it out.

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