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Getting The Real Story - ID/eLearning SIG Meeting

  • 28 Feb 2013
  • 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Atkins University, Suite 200, 6504 Bridgepoint Parkway, Austin, TX 78730


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Getting The Real Story with Storyboarding

This month we will explore the use of storyboarding for e-Learning design.  Storyboarding is a technique used in many industries, like film, to help communicate each piece of a multi-media production per scene.  In e-Learning it helps communicate the overall design of each screen or segment before building the final product.  In other words, a chance to ensure the stakeholders can review and approve the design, the voice talent can record the audio, the graphic designer can build the images, the programmer can build the interactions, and the instructional designer can be sure there is valid learning principles in place.


Star will lead a dynamic exploration of storyboarding and its value for the eLearning designer.  If you have a good storyboard design that you like, please bring a hardcopy of it to share.

About The Speaker

Jane “Star” Fisher, CPLP is all about developing others and herself. 

Star excels at creating Interactive Learning Events (ILEs) to maximize classroom learning and student participation and has been referred to as the “Games Guru.” 

She works as a Senior Associate at Caveo Learning, specializing in Instructional Design.  She also occasionally acts as consultant, coach, and public speaker specializing in Instructional Design, Training, and Performance Improvement.  She has over 20 years experience in Workplace Learning and Performance.  She holds a Master of Science in Instructional and Performance Technology from Boise State University. 

Star is also accredited as a Certified Professional in Learning and Performance (CPLP) through the American Society for Training and Development (ASTD).  Through the local ASTD chapter, Star has voluntarily provided four 9-month-long programs helping other CPLP candidates prepare in the 9 Areas of Expertise, including Instructional Design, Training Delivery, Improving Human Performance, and Facilitating Organizational Change.  In 2011, Austin ASTD recognized her as “Exemplary CPLP Trainer,” a unique award.

Star founded and currently hosts the Cliff Notes Club SIG for Austin ASTD and leads the Training Curve SIG as well.

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