TIME: 6:00 - 7:15 pm
Storyboarding and Miro
Collaboration That Makes an Impact
With the new reality of virtual only collaboration, there are additional challenges to collaborating on the discovery and development of learning products. Being able to work as a team on the development of eLearning courses and get the input of stakeholders in a dynamic way can often be limited by the tools, creating potential for trouble around expanding scope, lack of definition, and miscommunication with stakeholders and within your team. All of this can expand timelines and cause additional work to create a finished product.
In this session, you will learn how Miro, when used to create storyboards, addresses some of the biggest challenges of online only collaboration. You will learn key functions and see examples of how these can be used in the audience assessment, goal setting, and determining delivery method.
Be ready to gain some hands-on practice in applying Miro in small groups. You’ll see how quickly and collaboratively you are able to work in an online whiteboard to develop ideas and apply them to a custom storyboard template.
You will leave the session with the experience of how storyboarding with Miro can be used to:
6:00 - 6:05 pm Welcome & Introductions
6:05 - 7:05 pm Presentation
7:05- 7:15 pm Learning Wrap-Up & Meeting Close
Virtual Session via Zoom
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About the Presenter:
Andrew McGuire is the Head of Learning Experience at dRofus, where he specializes in developing engaging content and tracking learner experiences. He has been working in eLearning development for the past eight years. Before joining the world of eLearning, Andrew taught English at the college level for seven years. He has an MA in English composition from Northeastern Illinois University.
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