Last week, the wonderful Devlin Peck released a video titled “Does your eLearning Project Need Narration?” – which I thought had some great ideas around necessary application of narration in eLearning.
If you haven’t watched it, I absolutely suggest you go check it out. Subscribe to his channel while you’re over there! Great videos released much more consistently than episodes of this podcast!
In this episode, I riff on some of my thoughts on Devlin’s major points and expand on them from the perspective of a narrator.
I know what you’re thinking..
There is one point where I kinda, sorta, somewhat disagree. It’s really less of a disagreement and more of a difference of perspective based on what could be a differing approach to the craft of eLearning Narration.
That said, I don’t really know Devlin’s familiarity with my approach to narrating eLearning or if he does any narration himself, so it isn’t fair of me to assume anything.
Plus my bias as a narrator obviously comes into play when talking about whether or not narration should be included in a project.
That said, I’d love to hear your thoughts and comments, so drop them in the box and let me know what you think.
- Devlin’s website
- Does your eLearning Project Need Narration? – Devlin Peck
- Mayer’s Principles – Devlin Peck