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8 Steps for an Effective eLearning Storyboard

  • Tuesday, August 12, 2014
  • 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Univision, 8551 NW 30th Terrace, Miami, FL 33122
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8 Steps for an Effective eLearning Storyboard

 
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No Walk-Ins Admitted Due to Security Procedures 
   
Have you ever been given a stack of PowerPoint slides and a stack of facilitator guides to create eLearning? 
 
Does your time with a SME leave you overwhelmed, wondering how you will take all of that information and turn it into engaging eLearning?
 
If you answered YES to either question (or both),
you are not alone!
 
Many Instructional Designers and Trainers are asked to turn drab info into exciting eLearning every day.
 
This presentation will introduce trainers to eLearning storyboards, including the concepts and benefits behind a good storyboard, and how to prepare an effective storyboard in eight steps. With these eight steps and along with a template to get you started, you will have the tools you need to create an effective storyboard.
During the presentation, Cristina will also share a storyboard template that she uses continually with clients.  She uses this template on a regular basis with clients and key project stakeholders to make sure that expectations are met and the finished product is a success. 
 
By the end of the presentation, you will be able to:
  1. Explain the concept for an e-learning storyboard usage in the training environment.
  2. List 3 benefits of an e-learning storyboard.
  3. Apply eight steps to produce a storyboard for a new e-learning course.
Join us for an exciting night as we begin our journey to better storyboarding!
 Cristina Rodriguez is a multimedia specialist with 10 years of experience as an e-learning developer and instructional designer. She received her A.A.S. in Multimedia Technology from Broward College. She began her career as a multimedia specialist developing Continuing Medical Educational courses for Team Health Institute. Cristina’s passion for e-learning grew when she saw evidence that the courses she developed proved to be effective.    
     
After 7 years, it was time to expand her knowledge to other industries. Cristina obtained a position with ITC Learning and developed courses for Pepsi, Swisher, and Georgia Pacific. To keep a well-rounded career, she wanted to venture more into instructional design. She began to collaborate with eLearning Brothers and they quickly shared their Awesome Sauce secret. Now knowing the secret, she created engaging instructional storyboards for Frankly Covey, Power Engineer, and Habitat for Humanity.     
     
Currently, she is the eLearning Developer for European Wax Center, where she’s creating a responsive design course for their POS system. Most of all she gives 100% to enhancing a positive eLearning experience.
Parking and Other Instructions:


The parking lot is right by the Univision offices. There will be a security guard at the entrance. The guard will check names on the list to grant access to the parking lot.

Attendees' names will be provided in advance, therefore walk-ins will not be allowed.

This professional presentation focuses on the Instructional Design Area of Expertise (AOE) with the TD Competency Model.  Click the model to learn more. 

 

 

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