W311 - When, Why, and How to Storyboard for E-Learning Development

Wed, May 22 | 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM | Room: 147, Convention Center

With a storyboard, you're organizing the content and adding the narrative and visual design. With limited resources, what you do with storyboarding boils down to the complexity of the content, level of access you have to your SME, and your working relationship with them. In this session, we'll discuss when to create a storyboard and when it's not needed, why there is value in creating a storyboard, and how to choose the right storyboard template.

Application on the Job:
Determine whether it is worth the time to build a storyboard based on the content, subject matter expert, and ease of changing the content.
Develop personas to work through the content in the storyboard to ensure the needs of the audience are met by the content.
Select the appropriate storyboard for the content complexity.

Type: Education Session

Tracks: Learning Technologies

Learning Approaches: Experiential/Interactive Learning

Topics: E-Learning and Digital Design

Target Audiences: Instructional Designer, Internal Practitioner

Session Services: Recorded


Speakers

Emily Wood

Emily Wood

e-Learning Developer

Oregon Child Development Coalition