A Graphic, Audio Narration, and the Quest for Better eLearning

This post was originally published on the Daily Mindflash blog. Included here is the lead and a link to full post.

We all do it. We begin creating a training class, eLearning course, or presentation by sitting down at the computer, typing bullet points of the important things we need to present. If we are in a groove, we can create five to ten slides pretty quickly in a rough first draft. When we get to a stopping point, we look back and can be quite proud of our first draft.

It might not be perfect, but we got our initial ideas down, and that is progress. It sure beats staring at a blank screen for twenty minutes trying to think of something to write.

Here’s the problem.....