The 3 Types of eLearning Storyboards & When to Use Them

When you’re in the early stages of designing and developing an eLearning course, it’s likely your subject matter experts will throw a boatload of information at you. This might include best practice documents, long email chains, links to various online resources, and poorly-designed PowerPoint decks. If you’re like me, you can quickly feel like you’re drowning in a sea of information, which usually leaves you overwhelmed and paralyzed!

As eLearning designers (and instructional designers), it’s our job to take all of that raw content and organize it into a cohesive, engaging, and effective course. While there are many different strategies and processes for how you transform raw content into a completed course, I’ve always been a huge proponent of using a storyboard.

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