A SOUND SCRIPT AND STORYBOARD
begins with an experienced instructional designer.
Well-laid-out content is vital. It begins with evaluating current materials, conducting a needs analysis, determining knowledge gaps, and designing content to close those gaps. An experienced Instructional Designer (ID) works with the subject matter experts to gather knowledge and the information needed to write effective content for the learning courses. The ID determines creativity, interactivity, key graphics, and develops the storyboards and scripts. An instructional designer helps outline the best delivery method for each module in the course. Once the content is approved, the project moves into the development phase.