A storyboard is said to be “a map that guides eLearning professionals through every twist and turn of their eLearning course design”. Storyboards improve efficiency, allowing you to confirm the finer details before build, and are a great way to communicate ideas to stakeholders. There are many ways to storyboard for eLearning, but we think there are 7 best practices you should follow no matter how you choose to storyboard your eLearning course:Read More
When you are creating a piece of learning, you want to be confident that you are building a sound learning experience, with the end result being a quality piece of learning that you can be proud of. As much as we would like it to, this doesn’t happen by magic. It happens through our time, efforts and hard work, often supported by our equally hardworking colleagues.
Justine Swain | 10/27/2016
I’ve been designing and developing learning materials for the last twenty years and I have seen many changes. From classroom courses, to virtual classrooms; from the first versions of Computer Based Training (CBT) to eLearning as we know it today. After all these years, I still feel like I am being dishonest by calling myself an Instructional Designer, as I feel I am still learning my craft. But at the end of the day, it’s what I am. But what does the job title mean?Read More
When I design a piece of eLearning, the most exciting part for me is putting the content together and producing a storyboard. But creating the assessment always makes me groan – It’s when I do my best procrastinating.Read More