Storyboarding is used to plan out the structure of a course, in person, or virtual learning content. It’s standard Instructional design practice to scope out what your content will look like, ascertain the order of when and how things happen, and also set a layout of how your course will look visually.
Overall, a storyboard can include visuals, audio, text, interactions, and scenario branching. Once you have all of this information in your storyboard’s planning stage, it will give us a great backbone to what your course will look like when finalized.
There are lots of ways to create a storyboard with a wide array of software to choose from, either dedicated to the art of storyboarding or using a system like PowerPoint.
Check out our posts below, which cover a range of topics relating to designing and creating storyboards and how important they are to building great content ina quick and efficient manner.