Monday, January 2, 2012

Module 3: Learning to Storyboard

In order to create a video presentation for class on Motivating Students Through Online Games, my instructor wants a storyboard to be created and presented for feedback. I have never attempted to make a storyboard before, but am open to any and all feedback. I will be updating this post when I add on more or make changes. Thank you in advance for taking the time to view my storyboard and *extra* thanks to anyone who comments!


  1. Lauramae, Nice photos! I appreciate your bravado and can only hope I do as well as you did here. How will you create motion in the stills and what part of your video will you shoot? (with a camera, not a firearm)
    Will you include a credits page?

  2. Hey Laura, looks nice. But how did you embed these slides in the blog?

  3. Hey Laura,

    Looks like you are off to a blazing start, I think you are on the right track. I am like you, a novice at creating a storyboard and video but I think you have great ideas and your links to research are very good as well. Great focus and plan!

  4. Durff... I am thinking of trying to do most of the video in some form of motion. I am still playing with ideas in my head. Though at times this project makes me desire a firearm ;) And I will definitely include a credits page.
    I have Jing on my computer. It is a free download. And I took screen shots of my storyboard and then embedded the image into my blog. The blog gave me a choice on the size and I chose extra-large and that seemed to do the trick.
    Thank you! I am trying! =)

  5. Laura,
    You are gooding an awesome job developing your story board. I like your pictures that you have embedded in to your video. I will use the link that you have provided to get some ideas on adding shots to my story board. Thanks for sharing this resources. Good luck to you on your presentation. Shannon~