Posted by Nisha Amin on Aug 18, 2016 12:07:17 PM



Would you build a house without a blue print?

Would you head to a new destination without a map?

Would you attempt a soufflé without a recipe?

 Maybe, but the chances of success would be significantly lower that if you had a plan to follow.

The same is true for eLearning and developing an effective visual storyboard for learning courses.  How can a developer, narrator or designer understand what you’d like to see brought to life if your concept isn’t articulated in a clear and concise document?

Stop creating mundane PowerPoint presentations in the hopes that your learners will simply follow through and absorb all of the wonderful training material that you’ve built into the course.

Times are changing!  More than ever, organizations are dealing with changes in the workplace including:

  • globally dispersed employees
  • employees with limited hours in a day to devote to in-class learning
  • employees who are motivated to learn at their own pace
  • growing Millennial workforce.

Content must be delivered in the way that the learner needs it, not in the way that may be the easiest to deliver it.

At TrainingFolks our global team of contract Instructional Designers uses 7 Best Practices to create a visual representation of our clients’ e-Learning initiatives. 


eLearning Storyboard  

Although each is an important element on its own, using them all is what makes each of the eLearning storyboards that they create a successful document that can be used by relevant teams and individuals to create the final course.

Remember contract instructional designers can help create these storyboards when your team may be overwhelmed with current projects, when the team may not have the experience with the required material or if you have a sudden shortage of resources. Contact the eLearning experts at TrainingFolks and we’ll guide you through your next project.



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