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On this page, we’re assembling a directory of links to interesting content, as well as original articles written by both E-LearningVoices.com talent and others involved with e-learning design and production. If you have suggestions for articles concerning voice-over and audio production of e-learning and training courses, please send an email to us here. Thanks!

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News & Views Archive

June 2017

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May 2017

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Articles

A contribution to the greater discourse.

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How Professional Narration Fits In a Successful eLearning Strategy

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25 Reasons Working with Professional Narrators Saves You Money in eLearning

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Copywriting for Instructional Design Narration and Role Playing

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Casting Voice Over Talent for E-Learning

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