eLearning Course Development
Welcome back to the final segment of our eLearning Course Development guide. In part one, we covered the foundational steps of creating an online course. We followed up in part two with the final steps, and today we’re covering some interesting eLearning tips and tools that will help you along the way. Stay tuned to our blog for more guides like this on in the future!
eLearning Tips and Tools
If you are recording audio or video, consider the following tools and tips to ensure that your content meets the recording quality requirements.
Tools to record a voiceover PowerPoint
- If you are recording a voiceover PowerPoint to provide context and explanation for the team building your course, you may not need a very high quality microphone, eg., the default headphones that come with most smartphones is sufficient.
- If you are recording audio for narration in your course and audio quality is important, consider one of the following higher quality microphones:
Tools to record audio and video
- If you are recording video, consider any of the following video cameras for a high quality recording:
Check out this quick How-To-Guide for ensuring you have the optimal lecture recording.
Course design tips credit: L. Dee Fink, Creating Significant Learning Experiences: An Integrated Approach to Designing College Courses Revised and Updated Edition.