Avoiding Confusion During Reviews

Reviews are a key part of developing any eLearning. In my experience, they’re also one of the steps that cause the most confusion and delays. Whether you’re working with an outside vendor or someone within your association, clear communication and good documentation can make the process much smoother.

Reviews generally take place at two points, the storyboard and the actual course. Both of these have their own review challenges and best practices.

Reviewing a Storyboard

Storyboards are often made in Word or PowerPoint. They’re blueprints for an eLearning course with explanations of what’s supposed to happen, proposed audio narration, approximately what the screens will look like, etc. They also provide identifying numbers that are used to refer to each individual screen throughout the project. It’s better to make changes and edits at this stage than after a course is built. Here are some best practices.

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