What is e-learning?
e-learning is educational course material or training that is conducted electronically, usually via the internet. Courses can be taken at home, on the jobsite, or wherever is most convenient for the user. While elearning has existed for some time, it has become increasingly prevalent in the past few years. Its growth has been further accelerated by work from home trends, as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. As you would imagine, most e-learning contains e-learning voiceover!
e-learning has several advantages for both users, as well as for the companies that utilize the platform to train their employees. It can be a cost-effective alternative to traditional education methods. It can also be a time saver, as those who consume the content can do so at their own pace.
e-learning content structure can vary, although the courses typically share some common characteristics. For example, they are usually broken up into modules, which are often viewed sequentially. The course material is often presented with text, images, video, and audio. And the most effective elearning courses are narrated by a professional voice over artist.
One of the most important parts of quality e-learning voiceover is the narrator’s ability to relay the content in a conversational manner, while still maintaining a level of professionalism. The voiceover artist needs to work to keep the viewer engaged and attentive, and avoid being dull and boring. Often, the goal is to sound like someone who represents the company, its objectives, and values.
e-learning voiceover by AJ Dukette
I’ve had the opportunity to provide voiceover for several e-learning projects over the years, for organizations that range from global brands, all the way down to independent small businesses. And I understand the importance of delivering a professional quality product, at a competitive rate. So, if you’re producing an e-learning video, and you need a voice to help your project come to life, let’s talk!
Hire AJ for your e-learning voiceover project today!