You might be able to write step-by-step eLearning scripts like a pro, but can the same script be used for the lesson's voiceover audio? Should you even include voiceover audio? While it’s a well-known fact that voiceovers can improve any eLearning course, bad voiceovers can almost certainly be detrimental.
The best way to improve your voiceover audio isn't your voice, your microphone, or better technology. You need a good voiceover script.
What makes a voiceover script good? What makes it bad? Attend this highly interactive, live online 3-hour course and learn tips and best practices for writing an effective voiceover script. You will learn how to break out of the concise and factual focus of instructional writing and create text that engages and motivates the learner.
Who Should Attend?
If you need to write voiceover text for use in eLearning or online demos, this course is for you.
Where is this class held?
This is a live, online class led by a field expert; and just like an in-person class, it is fully interactive and engaging. The difference between an online and onsite class? No travel! You can participate from anywhere in the world with an Internet connection. Many of our students choose to stay home from work on these training days, some never even changing out of their slippers! Where applicable, students are able to speak with and hear from the instructor and other participants throughout the course as they work in real-time to complete activities.
Need something a little more personal?
We understand your team might have specific training needs and we would love to work with you. We offer both online and on-site instructor-led, fully customizeable courses tailored to your training needs.
Topics to be covered include the following:
- Knowing who is talking
- Knowing who is listening
- Writing the introductory narrative
- Writing for specific characters
- Skating the fine line between engaging and cheesy
- Adding interest
- Formatting scripts for ease-of-use
About Your Instructor
Jennie Ruby is a veteran IconLogic trainer and author of Editing with Word 2007. Jennie specializes in electronic editing. At the American Psychological Association, she was manager of electronic publishing and manager of technical editing and journal production.
Jennie has an M.A. from George Washington University and is a Certified Technical Trainer (Chauncey Group). She is a publishing professional with 20 years of experience in writing, editing and desktop publishing.