Developing high quality eLearning is akin to producing a movie. Your instructional designer/content writer is effectively writing a screenplay in which the audio/voice talent reads the storyline, the visuals are the actors that enter and exit the screen (stage) on queue (synchronized with the audio track). Oftentimes training programs require the approval and sign-off from multiple managers and other stakeholders. Using a storyboard is one way to get everyone literally “on the same page” when it comes to understanding what you propose to build and to give you their approval to proceed. The eLearning storyboard is your blueprint for the course you propose to build. It includes all of the instructions that the various team members need in order to successfully create the training.
Our take: great story board template for download if you haven’t got one already.