Posts Tagged "storyboarding"

Podcast #4: I wanna tell you a story(board)

Waaaaay back in the mists of time that was Learning Technologies 2010, I attended a workshop on the subject of storyboarding facilitated by @juliewedgwood. This session came a little late in my ID career as I had spent the previous 6 months putting together rapid elearning module with NO storyboard process – oh well, better late than never! I recently asked Julie to facilitate that session again with a number of my colleagues which culminated in them producing a podcast to reflect upon the session’s content and what they were going to do with it. Apologies for the sound quality in parts of this podcast, I was using a portable Zoom recorder for the very first time and should have practiced with it beforehand (as you’ll hear) Audio MP3Audio MP3 Subscribe to the podcast in iTunes. Shownotes Julie’s website...

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Guess who’s back, back again…

Craigy’s back, tell a friend (if you’re not an Eminem fan, then this blog title was wasted on you!) As you will have spotted by now, I have been absent from my Blog for a couple of weeks, admittedly some of that absence has been down to the fact that I have been moving to this self-hosted WP site, which I am hoping will ‘futureproof’ some of the ideas that I want to take forward and also to be honest, it’s been Christmas and I’ve been a bit lazy!!! But we’re half way through January so it’s about time I pulled my finger out and started putting fingers (both index ones only) to keyboard. Here are a few of the blog entries I have got lined up over the next few weeks: Overview of a storyboarding session that I have arranged to be delivered by Julie Wedgwood. Reflections on my first use (as a facilitator) of Elluminate My ‘alternative’ view to the Learning Technology Trends To Watch In 2011 post. Reflections on my participation of a Virtual Classroom facilitators workshop facilitated by Onlignment. A little look at something quite……. special, that I have discovered in YouTube. Commentary on my progress through an online Rapid eLearning Development programme If you haven’t already added this new web address to your subscriptions/aggregator, then make sure you do as I don’t want you to miss...

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