Monday, August 4, 2014
This week's tip is the next in our series on creating storyboards and the first of two tips on storyboarding for video - one on scripting and one on visual storyboarding. This week we're talking about scripting.
Monday, July 28, 2014
Friday, July 25, 2014
Recently, I discovered (and by "discovered" I mean googled…) that SnagIt has a great feature that solves this!
Monday, July 21, 2014
The goal of training is often to change behavior and improve performance, but this can be hard to accomplish when the learner is tested on recall and understanding. Effective scenarios give learners the chance to apply the information they're learning, engaging them in the content and showing them why the training matters.
Types of ScenariosNot all scenarios are the same. Depending on your goal or objective, a different type of scenario may be chosen:
- Simulation: performance of a process or use of product is simulated; learner may have the option to interact.
- Observed Story: A complete, linear scenario. May have questions interrupting the flow or at the end.
- Choose your own Adventure: A branching scenario. Learner makes decisions throughout the scenario and is provided feedback and different results based on the choice.
- Assessment: short, complete scenarios where the learner must choose the correct solution.