Ugh... Remember the era of the "Telephone Answering Machine"? That's probably the first time a lot of us actually paid attention to what our voices sound like to others. And so can I just say
I AM SOOOOO SORRY!
I'm convinced that my voice on videos (& probably in person) rates right up there with the 3rd string host of the QVC shopping channel!
To add insult to injury, I have discovered that I struggle with creating training videos for you. I try. I want you to have access to what you need when you need it -- even if it's at 2AM while you're pondering instructional technology alongside "What is the meaning of life?" and "Why is the sky blue?" but they are all still so choppy and uncomfortable.
While I do a pretty good job with public speaking in front of an audience, talking to pretend people during video training is a completely different experience. I really need to see people in front of me, interact, and get feedback in order to conduct a quality training.
My hope (for your sake) is that it will get better with time and experience. Until then, just take one for the team.... :)
Let's get real, OK? I got hired for my expertise in curriculum. ... aaaand I know just enough about technology to be dangerous. So, it's confession time for this Newby TIF. There's a lot I don't know....YET.