Over the last decade, elearning has evolved from simply a term used to define an educational experiment to a very large industry that is definitely here to stay. As it will reach $107 billion by 2015, according to Global Industry Analysts, the e-learning field became the big player in the education market, shifting education towards new and fertile territory and new means of delivery.
“And remember, honey: if you’ve got it, flaunt it!” my aunt would chirp enthusiastically at me during just about every family event throughout my teens and early twenties. Although this mantra worked on occasion, it pretty much flopped years later when I did my first audio narrations for an online course. I quickly realized that just because I had a good clear speaking voice, this didn’t mean that it sounded good as digital audio.