Storyboarding: An Instructional Designer’s Secret Weapon

Posted by Katelind Hays on Jan 24, 2018 1:00:00 PM
Katelind Hays

instructional design storyboarding eLearning has been a viable training option for a while now. Thanks to tools like GoAnimate and Camtasia, instructional designers can quickly and easily produce a high-quality learning product. But just because we have access to technical tools, that doesn’t automatically result in a seamless creation process.

As expert Jennifer Hofmann points out:

Instructional design is still relevant to blended learning. It’s evolving, and it’s mission-critical.”

As a helpful component in many blends, we need to thoughtfully plan out our eLearning modules and connect them to defined learning objectives.

But how?

Stan the-Fairly-New-Design Man joins forces with Donna Designer to save the day and teach us a fool-proof process for strategically outlining our eLearning elements. Watch as Stan and Donna explore storyboarding, a process popularized by Walt Disney animator Webb Smith in the early 1930s, that we can adapt to and leverage for instructional design.

Click here to watch the video.


Topics: Podcasts and Videos, eLearning, Storytelling & Storyboarding, Blended Learning Instructional Design