Storyboarding for Instructional Design

Welcome to the comprehensive course on Storyboarding for Instructional Design! This course is designed to provide you with a deep understanding of the fundamental principles of storyboarding, and how it can be effectively utilized in the instructional design process. Throughout the course, you will learn about the basic elements of a storyboard, the role of storyboarding in instructional design, steps in creating a storyboard, advanced storyboarding techniques, practical applications of storyboarding in workplace training, common challenges in storyboarding, and the impact of effective storyboarding on learning outcomes.

The course will begin by exploring the basic elements of a storyboard, including scene descriptions, dialogue or narration, directions for media elements, and feedback and interactivity details. We will then delve into the crucial role of storyboarding in the instructional design process, examining its link to learning objectives, content organization, and assessment design. You will also gain insight into the steps involved in creating a storyboard, such as identifying learning outcomes and objectives, determining the structure of the learning material, describing each scene or slide, writing narration or dialogue, specifying media and interactive elements, and reviewing and revising the storyboard. Additionally, we will cover advanced storyboarding techniques, such as the use of flowcharts, storyboarding for complex interactions, and scenario-based learning. Finally, we will explore the practical application of storyboarding in workplace training, learning, and development, including its use in eLearning development, video-based training, and virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) training. By the end of this course, you will have the knowledge and skills to effectively incorporate storyboarding into your instructional design process, leading to enhanced learning outcomes and learner engagement.