“If history were taught in the form of stories, it would never be forgotten.”

― Rudyard Kipling

 

This week I worked on three different eLearning projects that incorporated a story, each in a different way.

I wanted to take a minute and share the methods with you.

We’ve all experienced the eLearning where afterward you remember the silly acting and contrived story, but not the message it was trying to convey.

So, I had a few thoughts on ensuring the stories you’re telling in your eLearning and through your eLearning don’t become a distraction for your learners.

Enjoy!

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Josh
Josh

Hi! I'm a voice over talent who is on a quest to help Instructional Designers make the most engaging eLearning possible. My part in this is ensuring that they have the knowledge and tools to produce a high quality and professional sounding narration for their projects.