Storyboarding Animated and Interactive Content in WBT

Subject: Storyboarding Animated and Interactive Content in WBT
From: "Branham, Craig" <cbranham -at- rational -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Mon, 3 Dec 2001 12:12:27 -0800

Dear List,

I'm working on Web-based training projects (pure WBT courses, in this case,
with no instructor/facilitator) with a production team in another location.

I'm trying to master the vocabulary for describing and specifying
interactive content. I'm also interested, more generally, in learning more
about how to apply animation and interactive content in "instructorless" WBT

We're currently able to do screen captures and the kind of interactive stuff
that you find in the DreamWeaver and Flash Coursebuilder extensions.

- Can anyone recommend books and articles that describe interactive
instructional content and how to think about it from an instructional design

- Does anyone have any advice about using storyboards to specify interactive


Craig Branham
Sr. Course Developer

R a t i o n a l
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e-mail - cbranham -at- rational -dot- com

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