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Education & eLearning Voice Over, Scripting, & Course Development

Join over 1,000 State, Federal, and Education companies who trust their eLearning with us.

Our US-based studios provide fabulously high quality audio narration, voice over, skit sound-design, page-turn beeps, and music – in 50+ languages.

And, our UK-based eLearning content development studio provides content creation, scripting, and course development.

Between both locations, we have an impressive range of talent and courses that provides terrific eLearning.

Interestingly, people (unconsciously) compare the quality of your program recording to national TV ads.  So their benchmark is high. And if your audio is lower quality, they question your program. Fortunately we also record national ads here at Edge Studio.

We know what puts doubt in the public’s ears.  And we ensure your recordings avoid them.

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Over 13,000 projects. Over 1,000 Education-based.

Training course development. With script writing in 50+ languages.

eLearning scripting
From project management to proofreading, and translation to localization.  Education and standardized testing modules are custom created by our team.

Further eLearning services
We offer all kinds of eLearning services including:

  • Concept-to-completion development
  • Learning needs analysis and evaluation
  • Hand-drawn bespoke animation
  • Storyboarding
  • Storyline and Rise builds
  • Video production and editing
  • Writing and editing

Here are the 27 Types of E-Learning we work in.

  • Safety videos (fire safety, disaster preparedness, occupational safety, HIPAA,…)
  • Sexual harassment training
  • Workplace violence
  • Antidiscrimination and diversity training
  • Compliance & proficiency education
  • How-to & DIY videos
  • Tutorials
  • Standardized testing
  • Simulation training
  • Academic E-lessons
  • Virtual classrooms
  • LL (Language Learning)
  • ELL (English Language Learning)
  • ESL (English as a Second Language)
  • Self-study software
  • Mobile learning
  • Social learning
  • Game-based learning
  • Professional Certification
  • Sales training
  • License renewal testing
  • Benefit training
  • New Employee training
  • CE (Continuing Education)
  • CLE (Continuing Legal Education)
  • CME (Continuing Medical Education)
  • Educational Podcasts

A closer look at the primary forms of eLearning:

1. Fixed eLearning:

Description: Traditional online learning with a structured approach to information delivery.

Unique Aspects: Focuses on passing down information effectively but can lead to over-dependence among learners1.

Advantages: Suitable for time-sensitive completion schedules with fixed curriculums

Disadvantages: Lack of adaptability to diverse eLearning needs and individual preferences


2. Adaptive eLearning:

Description: Tailors learning materials to individual preferences, skills, and performance.

Unique Aspects: Offers flexibility for learners to switch learning approaches based on their needs

Advantages: Tailored to individual learning preferences, skills, and abilities, promoting self-paced study environments

Disadvantages: Potential over-dependence on others due to collaborative nature


3. Asynchronous eLearning:

Description: Student-centered platform allowing access to materials at individual pace without real-time communication.

Unique Aspects: Offers flexibility in learning schedules without the need for synchronous participation

Advantages: Offers flexibility and convenience for self-paced learning from anywhere

Disadvantages: Can lead to isolation and lack of constant evaluation or interaction with peers


4. Interactive eLearning:

Description: Involves open communication between teachers and students for better interaction.

Unique Aspects: Allows for modifications to learning materials based on real-time feedback, enhancing engagement

Advantages: Enhances communication, teamwork, and engagement through two-way interaction between teachers and students

Disadvantages: May lack consideration for individual learning abilities and real-world elements


5. Collaborative eLearning:

Description: Emphasizes teamwork and group effort in completing courses.

Unique Aspects: Promotes communication, critical thinking, and cultural diversity among learners

Advantages: Promotes communication, critical thinking, and accommodates diverse student backgrounds through teamwork

Disadvantages: Potential over-dependence on some students, leading to unfair workload distribution


6. Synchronous eLearning:

Description: Enables groups of students to engage in real-time learning activities remotely.

Unique Aspects: Facilitates simultaneous interactive learning experiences among students

Advantages: Real-time interaction, immediate feedback, and structured learning schedules

Disadvantages: Requires strict adherence to set schedules, limiting flexibility for learners


7. Mobile Learning (mLearning):

Description: Delivers training through mobile devices with bite-sized modules and videos.

Unique Aspects: Enables learning anytime, anywhere, especially beneficial in areas with limited internet access

Advantages: Accessible on-the-go, promotes microlearning, and caters to diverse learning styles

Disadvantages: Limited screen size may impact content delivery and interaction quality


8. Gamification:

Description: Integrates game mechanics like points and leaderboards into the learning process.

Unique Aspects: Offers an immersive experience through augmented reality and virtual reality technologies

Advantages: Enhances engagement, motivation, and retention through game-like elements in learning

Disadvantages: Potential distraction from learning objectives if not well-implemented


Each of these types of eLearning offers unique benefits and challenges, ranging from real-time interaction in synchronous eLearning to the immersive experiences of Game-based learning. 

We do well with numerous modules, languages, characters, and file naming conventions.

Why do businesses come back?  The same reason they work with professional ad agencies, marketing firms, logos, developers,…

They want to maintain a professional image.

At Edge, you’ll see how every narration project is tailored to your needs, time frame, budget, and requirements.

Oh, best part;  Choose to join us

  • In-person – in New York City, Washington DC, Los Angeles
  • Online – via Zoom, Source Connect, ipDTL
  • Or leave it in our hands

Call 212-868-EDGE (3343) or email [email protected].

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