Storyboards for Rise 360
In my time working with instructional designers in the E-Learning Heroes community, I've found that there are generally two ways that e-learning developers tackle the course creation process in Rise 360: some developers begin building from scratch, and others prefer to plan ahead with a storyboard.
If you’re a team of one doing most of the production yourself, you likely won't need a storyboard to plan the course ahead of time. Fortunately, Rise 360 is a rapid e-learning tool that allows you to design beautiful and engaging courses without much prep work. However, if you're working on a larger team, or if you want to walk your clients through the design process, then you may be searching for a tool to help you map out your course before you begin development.
Have you been looking for a storyboard template for Rise 360? Here are two generic formats that might be useful for you!
And don't miss this handy scenario block planner document created by Tom Kuhlmann!