Storyboarding Basics for Learning and Development

In this tutorial, Sabire Akay will be presenting tips for creating effective storyboarding with various examples.

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March 16, Thursday

4:00 pm GMT+3

Free webinar

Storyboarding Basics for Learning and Development


Sabire Akay

Educational Technology Specialist and English Language Teacher


1 hour
When designing a storyboard, it's important to consider factors such as the target audience, learning objectives, instructional strategies, and assessment methods. A well-designed storyboard can help ensure that the final e-learning product is effective, engaging, and aligned with the instructional goals.

By the end of the training, participants will have the knowledge and skills necessary to design effective storyboards that ensure their e-learning courses meet instructional goals and engage learners. Whether you are new to e-learning or an experienced instructional designer, this training will provide valuable insights and practical techniques to improve your storyboarding skills. Moreover, you will find answers to all your questions about storyboarding design with the Q&A activity to be held at the end of the session.

About the presenter

Sabire Akay

Sabire Akay graduated from the Department of English Language Teaching in 2020 as the top scoring student in the department and the second top-scorer student in the university. Akay, who has been carrying out various studies in the field of e-learning and educational technologies at the higher education level for about 2 years, is also involved in content design processes for various institutions and organizations. Akay, who is currently pursuing a master's degree, is conducting her thesis studies on the use of authoring tools in pre-service teacher training.

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