Last night the Adobe eLearning User Group: DC, Maryland, and Virginia met at the Adobe offices in McLean, VA (and online for those folks that couldn't join in person).
During the meeting, the group was treated to an awesome presentation on creating eLearning Voiceover Scripts by Jennie Ruby. And while the Connect session gave us fits (it kept crashing poor Jennie's computer every time she tried to screen share), everyone who attended virtually was still able to hear Jennie's talk. (Special thanks to Lori Smith for serving as the go-between for the onsite audience and the virtual audience.)
If you attended (or listed to the audio portion of the presentation), you learned 10 valuable tips for create effective voiceover scripts including who's talking, who's listening, the value of consistent naming of screen objects, and effective use a style guides and script templates.
Of course, the pizza was awesome too (especially that vegan, gluten-free one... what was that one again AJ?).
Our next meeting is early November. Stay tuned to our Meetup page for more information on that. If you'd like to speak at one of our sessions, please let me know (we're always looking for sponsors as well).