Storyboarding for Learning Design Open Online Course (OOC)
The Open Online Course (OOC) on Storyboarding for Learning Design was produced and jointly delivered by Art of E-learning and E-learning Monterrey from 12 January to 20 February 2015. The OOC was free and open to all learning designers and teachers.
- Define course and audience profile
- Select appropriate storyboarding tool(s)
- Review learning outcome statements
- Design assessment tasks
- Design a series of learning activities
- Conduct a learning resources audit
- Produce a storyboard that maps learning outcomes against assessments, activities and resources
- Produce action plan for for completing course design and development
All the OOC materials are available for self-study at www.artofelearning.com/resources/storyboarding.
The OOC on Twitter
Twitter hashtag: #sldooc (Include @twitthaus and @BrendaPadilla for a reply)
Storyboard for the storyboarding OOC
The storyboard for the OOC is available in a Google spreadsheet.
Links to course materials
- Week 1 course materials: Introduction
- Week 2 course materials: Storyboarding Tools
- Week 3 course materials: Learning Outcomes and Assessment
- Week 4 course materials: Storyboarding the Learning Activities
- Week 5 course materials: Learning Resources Audit
- Week 6 course materials: Action Planning
Videos about storyboarding
- If you’re interested in the historical background to the concept of storyboards, as developed by Walt Disney in the 1930s, see this YouTube video.
- Storyboarding demo by Gilly Salmon and colleagues at Swinburne University of Technology, using a flipchart with sticky notes
- Storyboarding the Storyboarding OOC by Gabi Witthaus on Linoit (See the storyboard from this video on Linoit here.)
- Storyboarding a course on ‘Online Academic Identity’ by Gabi Witthaus on Popplet (See the storyboard from this video on Popplet here.)
Page updated 9 March 2015.