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5 Things you Need to Consider for Developing Top-Notch E-learning Storyboards

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5 Things you Need to Consider for Developing Top-Notch E-learning Storyboards

It is common knowledge that effective storyboards go a long way in developing eLearning courses of high efficacy. But, how do you create first-rate storyboards? What does it take to develop a good “blueprint” for your online course? Well, you can make storyboards very efficiently by focusing on 5 vital aspects. Let us see what they are and why they are important.

1. Know your target audience

You need to have a good idea of who your learners are in order to develop an excellent eLearning storyboard. This is because you can formulate the right instructional strategy, only by being aware of your target audience and their learning needs. So, you need to spare no effort in trying to learn about the age, experience and background of the people taking your course.

2. Ensure consistency

It is well-known that consistency plays a key role in enhancing the effectiveness of your digital course. It lends a “professional look” to the course, which is essential to create a good impression on the learners. By selecting a theme and using it throughout the storyboard, you can ensure consistency in your online course.

3. Support learning objectives

You need to make sure that your storyboard reflects the learning objectives of the eLearning course. It is essential to see that the storyboard revolves around these objectives. Make sure that the interactivities and assessments included in your storyboard help achieve the learning objectives of your eLearning course. Plan meticulously and check regularly to prevent going “off-track.” Many a course failed due to lack of support to learning objectives, and I am sure you wouldn’t want your course to be doomed.

4. Make optimal use of multimedia

You need to be careful in the use of multimedia. Extensive use of videos, audio, graphics and games may enhance the “learner appeal” of your course, but takes considerable time and money. It is essential that you utilize multimedia effectively to enhance the instructional value of your course, but also keep an eye on the budget and the time constraints.

5. Develop in PowerPoint

It is better to develop your storyboard in PowerPoint. PowerPoint presentations can be quickly converted into highly engaging eLearning courses in quick time at low cost. A number of rapid authoring tools such as Articulate Studio 13, iSpring Presenter 7 and Adobe Presenter 10 help you transform your storyboards in the PowerPoint format into digital courses effectively.

Thus, you can develop very effective eLearning storyboards by focusing on these 5 critical aspects. Hope you find this blog useful. Do share your views.

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