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May 13, 2020

The task of writing anything substantial usually results in the writer experiencing some degree of stress. Traditionally, the stress level increases with the perceived difficulty of producing the first draft or with the unappealing chore of repeatedly revising subseque...

February 13, 2019



You know to place a comma in this sentence don’t you. You might even know where a comma could be added to this sentence but you might have to think about where to place it. What about in this small unassuming sentence? You the reader shouldn’t have to wonder where to...

July 9, 2018



If you’re an instructional designer who works a lot with scripts and storyboards, you know the importance of being an expert at composing knowledge-based sentences and paragraphs that learners can understand and retain. To you, writing and editing are as essential as...

September 19, 2017



Which of the two documents below would you rather read: Document A (on the left) or Document B (on the right)? 

Most people would say “Document B.” Of course, the difference is in the presentation. In Document A, other than the headline, everything seems to...

June 13, 2017

The narration script is an important component in developing an elearning program. Writing the script usually comes after creating learning objectives and outlining content, and before storyboarding and designing screens. The storyboard and the on-screen text, images,...

January 17, 2017

If you’ve created scripts, slides, storyboards or curriculum maps in your job, you’re not only an instructional designer and/or trainer but also a writer. Unfortunately, all writers are prone to making a mistake now and then. Even expert writers and editors frequently...

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