Storyboard is like the blueprint of an eLearning course. Instructional designers and course creators mostly intend to create a good storyboard for their courses but something or the other hinders them. At times, it is their inexperience which leads to the apprehension of laying out all their content properly into the storyboard, sometimes it is the fear that the storyboard might not be interpreted correctly by their team members. At times, some of them fear that the storyboard might make their course too linear. Whatever be the stopping factor, storyboard is actually central to eLearning course development.
Laying out content easily and effectively into any storyboard requires the complete know-how of all course elements, course objective and even knowledge of some tools. Most people find getting started with their storyboard the most difficult part in the whole storyboarding process. They are stuck right at the onset. To answer all such apprehensions and queries related to storyboarding, Raptivity brings to you an exclusive session on ‘The Art of Storyboarding’.
The session will be conducted by Desiree Pinder - Executive Director/Founder – Artisan eLearning. Desiree is also one of the founding members on Raptivity’s Interactive Learning Thought Leaders Panel. Through the session, she will guide attendees through the key nuances of storyboarding like
• Top mistakes people make when storyboarding and how to avoid them,
• Tips on setting up the course canvas
• Tools that can be used for storyboard writing
We will also give away a sample storyboard template to all attendees, which could be used by anyone involved in course creation.
This complementary webinar will take place on June 25th, 2015 at 10:00 AM PST. You may register here to attend it. For more details on the session, visit http://raptivity.com/webinar-the-art-of-storyboarding.html.