LS810 Improving Your Voiceover Performance for eLearning Narration
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Thursday, March 17
Shrinking budgets and accelerated production schedules can make it difficult to leave room for professional voiceover narration for eLearning projects, and it’s often one of the first things cut. Unfortunately, skimping on quality narration can leave learners confused or distracted, which has a direct negative impact on their attention and retention.
In this session, you will explore the problems of costly and time-consuming professional voiceover narration by teaching you the skills you need to improve your performance. You will be able to provide quality narration in-house. You will learn that switching to in-house production results in significant money and time savings. Whether you are doing the eLearning narration or your employees are, this session teaches essential skills to improve performance. And freelancers will gain the skills and knowledge to offer professional-quality narration, allowing them to provide an all-in-one product to clients with no outsourcing.
In this session, you will learn:
- About the importance of breathing and techniques to improve it
- The best ways to warm up
- About enunciation, volume, tone, and inflection, and how it affects the end result
- Exercises you can do for just a few minutes every day that will improve your narration
- Three simple secrets that practically guarantee you’ll see an improvement in your narration in just two to three weeks
Novice and intermediate designers, developers, project managers, and managers.
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eLearning Designer and Developer
Robin Castellanos, an eLearning designer and developer at NextGen Healthcare, has over two decades of experience in voiceover narration, technical training, and curriculum design. Robin also provides voiceover narration to meet the eLearning needs of a wide variety of clients including, Bayer, Proctor and Gamble, the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, and the National Center for Construction Education and Research.