Wednesday, January 26, 2005

Storyboarding Resources

I came across some lovely storyboarding resources hosted at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte (UNCC) that were created by Lorraine Stanton and Sam Eneman (from UNCC), and Stephen Rehberg and Jeanne McQuillan (from Georgia State University). They have a detailed worksheet for building your online course, storyboard examples and an associated PowerPoint Presentation.

How to Begin Storyboarding your Course:
http://www.uncc.edu/webcourse/sb/files_sb/Storyboarding_to_Success.doc
(If you are prompted for a password, click Cancel.)

Creating a Storyboard: Multiple Methods:
http://www.uncc.edu/webcourse/sb/storyboard.htm

Course/Storyboard Master Worksheet:
http://www.uncc.edu/webcourse/sb/worksheet.htm

The section I think is most valuable is Section III of the worksheet: Matching the Tool to the Task. It has great stuff in it relating to communication tools, content presentation tools, student presentation tools, and assessment tools. One by one it lists Internet tools/features and then outlines their uses and advantages as well as the associated good teaching principles. I really like this list. The information is really good and is useful for the instructional design process.

1 comment:

Matthew said...

Another one for you: This link will take you to a very good article on Paper Prototyping (storyboarding) for Mobile Learning.

http://www.mlearningworld.com/index.php?name=Forums&op=show&type=blog&id=16145