Planning an Online Course With a Storyboard
Does this scenario sound familiar? You go through training on your institution's course management system and begin converting your face-to-face course for online delivery. The support staff is helpful and shows you how to upload course materials, create multimedia elements, and use the various features of the CMS. It's a lot of work, but it will be worth the effort because once the course is created, you will be able to reuse it (with minor modifications) semester after semester. But halfway through your first semester of teaching the course you realize that things aren't going as well as you would like, and it seems there are problems with the design of the course a frustrating revelation given the hundreds of hours spent creating the course and the prospect of having to make major changes to it.
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