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The eLearning Coach Podcast

Connie Malamed: Learning Experience Consultant, International Speaker

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Connie Malamed from The eLearning Coach site shares fresh ideas and actionable tips for success with creating online and mobile learning experiences. Listen to interviews with expert designers, developers, authors and professors who provide strategies for both learning architects and educators. If you have a passion for instructional design, cognitive psychology, visual communication, social media learning, mLearning, and related topics, this podcast is for you.
 
The ASCO Education Podcast is an educational series focused on helping learners identify knowledge gaps and stay up-to-date with the latest in new drug developments, cancer treatments and patient care approaches. The purpose of this podcast is to educate and to inform. This podcast is provided on the understanding that it does not constitute medical or other professional advice or services. It is no substitute for professional care by a doctor or other qualified medical professional and is n ...
 
This podcast covers topics on instructional design, eLearning content development, training design and development - and talks about how to create content that binds your audience. This podcast is for aspiring and practicing learning professionals, including content developers, instructional designers, trainers, and teachers. The host of this podcast, Shafali Anand, has been designing and delivering online and classroom training programs on Instructional Design and eLearning for the past 15 ...
 
Tips, tricks, advice and expert interviews with entrepreneurs using online courses, eLearning and membership sites to maximize teaching and profit
 
Listen to the Learning While Working podcast to hear how learning and development is transforming. The episodes are interviews with leading thinkers in learning. Common themes on the podcast include trends in eLearning and digital learning, performance driven instructional and learning design and learning data. Each podcast is packed with ideas, tips and insights about how to make learning at work succeed.
 
Hosted by LearnToProgram.tv's Mark Lassoff, this podcast series is designed for software, web and eLearning Developers-- or anyone that wants to program with Javascript.Javascript is a widely used client-side scripting language that is interpreted in the web browser. Having a strong understanding of the Javascript language will allow you to create advanced web sites that include numerous possible effects and the use of AJAX for an improved user interface experience. This Podcast will cover b ...
 
Short, daily professional voice advice from breathing to conversational reading: specifically for presenters on radio and TV, podcasts, YouTube, commercial voice-overs, ebook and elearning narrators. Communication with the human voice is more prolific than at any other time in our evolution: thousands of TV and radio stations, millions of podcast episodes, more than a billion YouTube videos… plus millions more audio books, commercial voiceovers, e-learning commentaries and business-related v ...
 
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There are many urban myths which circulate in the world of allergy. In this podcast, Dr Toni Hazell and Professor Adam Fox attempt to put the record straight regarding some of them. We will cover vaccination and egg allergy, progression of allergic reactions, the use of adrenaline auto-injectors and allergy tests which are available to buy online.…
 
2021.12.04 – 0338 – The Anniversary Party Analysis VOCAL PROXEMICS AND THE FOUR VARIETIES OF VOCAL VOLUME Your natural volume We are not ‘prehistorically programmed’ to speak to people that we can’t see, let alone speak to millions of people all at once but supposedly in a friendly one-to-one conversational way. The two elements are in dichotomy. S…
 
2021.12.03 – 0337 – Projection Advice to BBC Presenters On 2nd January 1928, 5XX (the forerunner of the BBC) broadcast its first ‘Daily Service’ from Savoy Hill in London, with The Rev H.R.L Sheppard C.H., D.D. A booklet “Hints For Preachers” was published for those who would be speaking on this new medium and were unsure how to ‘use it’. The advic…
 
2021.12.02 – 0336 – The Feedback Loop – Part 2 When we are in a studio, we don’t have this verbal and non-verbal feedback loop because the audience is unseen: we can’t see their nods of agreement, or hear their “uh-huhs” of understanding, and so it’s tricky for us to adjust our mode of delivery, and therefore to sound natural. We need to create a c…
 
2021.12.01 – 0335 – Mouth Open, Eyes Closed I once knew a man who spoke in a very loud voice. He commanded the conversation both with his volume and also with his body language, because when he spoke in his overbearing, bumptious tone… he’d close his eyes. What he was doing was shutting out all external signals that would have told him to cede the …
 
2021.11.30 – 0334 – The Broken Feedback Loop In a face-to-face or even voice-to-voice conversation (such as a phone call), most people constantly monitor their role in relation to others: · taking turns so they don’t monopolise a conversation · the speaker adds verbal checks to confirm that the other person is listening and understanding (“you know…
 
2021.11.29 – 0333 – The Big Projection Problem The big problem is that in our line of work - broadcasting, podcasting or voice-overing – we are in an ‘unnatural situation’. A million years ago, our prehistoric ancestors would talk, live, to a handful of people who were standing nearby. Then as communities grew, people would talk live to larger crow…
 
2021.11.28 – 0332 – Presenting Projections on TV and Radio In television a conversational projection is more appropriate because the reader has an illusion of eye contact with the audience, and television audiences offer more of their undivided attention than do radio listeners. Radio presenters have to work harder to cut through distractions and b…
 
2021.11.27 – 0331 – Interpretations of Projections Loud speakers can come over as assured and energetic - or aggressive or bumptious, full of themselves, larger than life, maybe a bit of a bully. They can’t or won’t monitor how their message is being received – and so don’t dial back from 11, and leave the listener feeling attacked and wanting to d…
 
Earlier this week, ethical and global cosmetics brand Lush announced their intention to shut down their activity on multiple social media platforms. “The global Lush brand will be turning its back on Instagram, Facebook, TikTok and Snapchat until the platforms take action to provide a safer environment for users. This policy is rolling out across a…
 
2021.11.26 – 0330 – Why Various Voice Volumes Are Vital Why ‘Various Voice Volumes Are Vital’ So why is cranking the dial up or down so useful both with scripts and adlibs? In natural English-presentation, more volume and projection are used: · to add emphasis to important content · when we are excited about the content · when we are speaking with …
 
2021.11.25 – 0329 – What Is ‘Energy’? Energy (or ‘presence’) This is slightly different from both volume and projection, but does have elements of those within it. ‘Energy’ is subtle and complex, and is a mix of various elements of your body and mind. So, an ‘energetic presentation’ might be a mix of varying degrees of: Your Body · Volume – but you…
 
2021.11.24 – 0328 – The Shower Head Analogy Projection is ‘your voice with focus’. Think of the settings on a shower head: one may be a wide ‘rain shower’ spray, another a ‘full body’ spray covering a smaller area, and then a ‘intense jet’ that uses the same overall force of water but concentrates it in a smaller more-clearly targeted area. So, thi…
 
2021.11.23 – 0327 – What Is ‘Projection’? Projection – There is a subtle difference between ‘volume’ and ‘projection’, where the latter is a more nuanced way of ‘throwing one’s voice’ when speaking on mic in a studio to ‘reach out’ to those who you cannot see. Projection is more about the power of the voice rather than the volume. It suggests inten…
 
2021.11.22 – 0326 – What Is ‘Volume’? DEFINITIONS Volume – is a basic degree in softness or loudness of your voice along the path from whispering to shouting (or ‘raising one’s voice’). Sound is measured in decibels (dB). A whisper is about 30 dB, normal conversation is about 60 dB (a motorcycle engine running is about 95 dB). Audio recording scrip…
 
2021.11.21 – 0325 – How You Naturally Pump Up The Volume How You Naturally Pump Up The Volume As we saw many chapters ago, your voice is produced by air from the lungs moving over the vocal cords in the larynx in the throat. As the cords’ combination of muscle and cartilage contract and relax, the space between them increases or decreases, and the …
 
2021.11.20 – 0324 – A MIx Of Modulators Of course, volume and projection are part of the overall ‘mix of modulators’ which combine in varying degrees to give you your unique voice that you use in different situations. They are perhaps more closely related to ‘tone’ which we spoke about earlier, and that in itself is related to the content of a mess…
 
2021.11.19 – 0323 – The Volume of Your Voice – plus a shout out to projection and energy “The mouth is a true index of character. It is through the mouth and eyes that all emotions are expressed” A.A. Milne In this chapter we’ll look at how loud you sound. There’s a section on vocal proxemics, the times you may use a softer or louder voice and a bi…
 
In the second part of this Oncology, Etc. episode Drs. Patrick Loehrer (Indiana University) and David Johnson (University of Texas) continue their conversation with Dr. Susan Desmond-Hellmann, exploring the prominent leadership roles she held, from first female Chancellor at UCSF to CEO of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and member of Faceboo…
 
If culture is the foundation of every successful brand, is your organisation fundamentally doomed? Does your organisation settle for inadequate employee performance, mediocre outcomes, and unremarkable earnings? It doesn’t have to be like this. We speak to Mark Miller and Ted Vaughn, the cofounders of Historic Agency about their work as a brand str…
 
2021.11.18 – 0322 – In Summary A common failing of script readers is banging out every, say, fifth word, like a beat on a drum. Or banging out unimportant words, the ‘grammar glue’ that simply link a sentence together, rather than the words which do the ‘heavy lifting’ and help explain the story. (Here I have underlined the correct ones to lift!) H…
 
2021.11.17 – 0321 – Final Intonation Considerations Once you have pre-read and rehearsed and are confident in what the sense of the script is, don’t necessarily read it exactly the same way each and every time. To sound convincingly conversational, you need to ‘feel’ the words each time your eyes see them, as though the thoughts are just occurring …
 
2021.11.16 – 0320 – What Am I Talking About What am I talking about? “She is a miniature horse breeder and is married to an English professor.” Is she a horse breeder who is small in height, and married to a woman who is English and teaches science? Or does she breed miniature horses and married to a German who tutors in the subject of English? “Th…
 
In the second part of this ASCO Education Podcast episode, Dr. Sonali Smith (University of Chicago Medicine) and Dr. Paolo Strati (MD Anderson Cancer Center) discuss the application of new therapies for mantle cell lymphoma and follicular lymphoma through examination of challenging patient cases. Subscribe: Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts | Additio…
 
2021.11.15 – 0319 – Intonations In Different Languages INTONATIONS IN DIFFERENT LANGUAGES Each language has its intonation and some are more musical than others. In English, a wide range is used. In some instances, intonation carries the meaning of a phrase. For example, in question tags the intonation used can indicate whether the speaker is looki…
 
2021.11.14 – 0318 – Prick Up Your Ears This ‘skeleton script’ comprising of just the meaning-full words, are the ones which are lifted and if you only heard these ones perhaps on the radio in the car when the kids were chattering, you get a gist of what the story was. Like catching your name being said amongst the hubbub of a party, they are the on…
 
2021.11.13 – 0317 – The Magic Skeleton You have to be careful with intonation of course: · If you lift the wrong words that you begin to sound like a bad robot and thus not conversational or natural · If you lift the wrong words, it can actually change the meaning of a sentence, and may even land you in trouble legally · If you lift too many words …
 
Click the Title to Play or Download. Interview with Amanda Smith, Chief Academic Officer, Academic Partnerships, and Maria Andersen, General Manager of Coursetune. This special COVID-Converted Edition audio and video podcast series responds to the impact of COVID-19 on the way we live, learn, and work. Teachers all over the world have been thrown i…
 
2021.11.12 – 0316 – Hearing Your Own Intonation It is difficult to be aware of the exact intonation of your own presentation, partly because of how we hear ourselves ‘inside ourselves’ through our own sound passages and vibrations. And also, it’s because we know our ‘intention of intonation’, and therefore it’s difficult to judge how exactly that m…
 
Are you using the right strategies to get people excited about your marketing content? Daniel and Ciaran take a deep dive into the ongoing issues around creating great evergreen content that continually works. They explore keyword research techniques and how to create better-performing titles, so your stands out among other competing organic conten…
 
2021.11.11 – 0315 – The ‘Question Intonation’ Those who have a ‘sing-songy’ voice which goes unnecessarily up-and-down in tone (the ‘sea-sick syndrome’), can come over as patronising. It may sound ‘up and bright’ to them but to the listener it sounds cheesy and as though the presenter is on ‘auto-pilot’ without a care for the content of the message…
 
2021.11.10 – 0314 – Circumflex Intonation But the human voice is capable of much more intonational gymnastics! Within some words we can go down … and then up and then down again. Or up, down, and up again. And these intonation alterations give additional clues to the listener as to what we mean. Down > up > down ( ) This is often a sneery tone, or …
 
2021.11.09 – 0313 – The Flat Intonation And in some situations, I may just have an almost flat intonation (with a slight raise) on a word, to signpost a meaning to the listener. For example, if I am talking, it’s the way that I would say that I’m in the middle of my sentence, and I don’t want you to interrupt me yet because I’ve got more to say abo…
 
2021.11.08 – 0312 – The Downward Circumflex Intonation Within A Word This is, unsurprisingly, a word said in a higher pitch followed by a lower one, and as you might expect often signifies closure, certainty, finality – and is what we often use at the end of a sentence, as well as: · Usually for straight questions expecting more straight answers – …
 
2021.11.07 – 0311 – The Upward Circumflex Intonation Within A Word This is when you start saying a word in one tone, and then end it on another, giving the word an upward tonal spin from one syllable to another. It suggests a wavering lack of finality as well as: · Doubt – “I’m not sure what I think about that…” · Worry – “Will you finish now?” · A…
 
2021.11.06 – 0310 – The ‘Intonation Circumflex’ But one doesn’t always merely ‘push’ a whole word, sometimes by changing your inflection within a word it carries another meaning. This is the ‘word-wobble’ or ‘circumflex intonation’, denoting doubt by the reader. Consider the statement “the Moon is made of cheese” and the reply “Really?”. That reply…
 
2021.11.05 – 0309 – Intonation for Comedians OK this is a bit off topic, but let’s spend a moment looking at intonation in respect of the delivery of a joke. One of the reasons something is funny is because it is unexpected. And that may mean you have to change your intonation to signpost the humour. So (and this is not the joke!) what do you call …
 
Part one of this two-part Oncology, Etc. episode features an inside look at the amazing career of Dr. Susan Desmond-Hellmann (spanning from early AIDS research in Kenya and drug development at Genentech, to serving as UCSF Chancellor and CEO of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation). Hosted by Drs. Patrick Loehrer (Indiana University) and David Joh…
 
How well do your day to day emails work for you? How well do you think they work for those that receive them?! Do they bore or thrill? Do you always get back what you need? Face facts, a lot of those emails you rattled off in a hurry today were pretty awful and they probably had a lack lustre response. What if we could help you change all that? Wha…
 
2021.11.04 – 0308 – How Mis-Intonation Can Cause Mis-Direction Not intonating the correct words can completely alter its meaning and tone, leading to a completely different message given to the listener. He said their action had made a walkout inevitable. Stressing the word “he” might suggest there are others who would disagree with this statement.…
 
2021.11.03 – 0307 – 13 – A Brief Bit on Brackets (or ‘A Pause for a Part on Parentheses’) You will be unlikely to find these in news or commercial reads (although sometimes you might), these are clauses which may appear with brackets around them, or – just like this – with dashes… or maybe ellipses. On other times, depending on the style of the wri…
 
2021.11.02 – 0306 – 12 – Positive Intonation About Negative Information Remember earlier we looked at the fulcrum of facts in a story or sentence? That is, ‘this person says this and that person says that’? Well that can be developed into situations when ‘that person says this happened and that person says it did not’. In other words, negatives, op…
 
2021.11.01 – 0305 – 11 – Positive Intonation About Positive Information The ideas about highlighting contrasting and new information join together, when we look at ‘positive’ words such as ‘any’, ‘all’ and ‘always’. “Police found a body in a house on Devilgate Drive, and they didn’t allow anyone to walk up there.” Remember our shades of colour in i…
 
2021.10.31 – 0304 – Grammar Glue Part 2 or – and and or are often two sides of the same coin. “And” is often giving additional information, whereas “or” usually suggests options or alternatives are available. In a simple ‘either/or’ phrase, the “or” is often subdued, to allow the basic options either side to be coloured. “You can have chicken or fi…
 
2021.10.30 – 0303 – 10 – Grammar Glue Consider a dodgy phone connection and you can only hear some of what a friend is saying. You get the gist of the content from the meaningful words in the sentence: the words which actually are full of meaning, give detail and context and move the story along. Some words in a sentence don’t add much information,…
 
2021.10.29 – 0302 – 9 – By Super-Stressing One Insignificant Word, You Downplay The Sense Of The Sentence “Christmas is the best time of the year.” It’s a short, straightforward sentence: this speaker loves Christmas! It is simply the best! Therefore, the words that are most-coloured are: · Christmas · Best And slightly-coloured: · Year “Christmas …
 
2021.10.28 – 0301 – More Intonation Confusion In a news item about the Kashmir earthquake, one presenter said that she was going to speak to “someone who was in the country [Pakistan] at the time of the earthquake”. But she highlighted “country”, which made it seem that this person had gone off to a quiet rural retreat. The new and newsworthy infor…
 
2021.10.27 – 0300 – 8 – Beware of Potential Intonation Confusion We have already seen how colouring different words in a sentence leads to a change in meaning of that sentence. Therefore, if you colour the wrong word, the meaning of the sentence becomes wrong too. In 2021 there was a lack of lorry drivers in the UK which hit distribution companies …
 
In this Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) episode, Dr. Deepak Vadehra (Roswell Park) moderates a discussion with Dr. Carmen Guerra (Abramson) and Dr. Daniel Carrizosa (Levine) on how access to care impacts SDOH and the available interventions and resources that can mitigate these issues for patients. View COI & Cancer.Net Podcast. Subscribe: App…
 
2021.10.26 – 0299 – 7 – Take Notice Of What Is Implied When no contrast is implied There are some phrases in which to colour one part over another, suggests a contrast that does not or cannot exist. On occasion you are able to rewrite the sentence so the anomaly disappears: “Police have found a dead body on wasteland in the city centre”. A ‘body’ i…
 
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