IDL SIG Presents Storyboarding 101 Webinar on 19 April

by Kevin Cuddihy on 14 March 2012

Have you ever written a storyboard only to have the developed course look very different from what you envisioned? Or, have you ever wondered what to include in a storyboard and how to write it so developers can use it easily to create the course? If you answered “Yes” to either of these questions, then join the Instructional Learning & Design SIG for the webinar E-Learning: Storyboarding 101, presented by Jane MacKenzie on Thursday, 19 April, from 1:30-3:00 PM EDT (GMT-4), for answers to those questions and many more. You’ll learn:

  • Why a storyboard is important
  • What to include in a storyboard
  • Template and layout options
  • How to write a storyboard with clear instructions

You’ll also receive a free template for your future use. Come experience this presentation if you want to know:

  • How to decide on a design approach that works
  • How to determine which tools will best serve your needs
  • How to determine when more than one tool might be necessary
  • How to cut through the hype!

The cost is $20 for IDL SIG members, $30 for other STC members, and $50 for nonmembers, and you can register online at https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/400633910. After you register, a payment page will appear. If your payment method is not in your name (such as your employer’s credit card), make the payment and then contact programs@stcidlsig.org with your registration name and the payment name. If you do not receive a confirmation email, please contact programs@stcidlsig.org.

The Presenter

Jane MacKenzie has facilitated instructional design courses for classroom training and e-Learning for Clark Training and Consulting as well as, more recently, for her previously-owned company, JEM Communications, LLC. She is a popular facilitator of highly interactive and engaging workshops for professional organizations and corporations. In 2004, she facilitated a five-day e-Learning Development course for the Vietnamese Post and Telecommunications and Training Center in Hanoi, Vietnam. Because she has also facilitated quality management courses, she brings an aspect of quality improvement to all projects and training.

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