The following storyboard was created for the production of the video, "How to Tag a Pig." Watch the video and look at the storyboard. Notice how the storyboard is a sketch for the future video.

Watch How to Tag a Pig and look at the storyboard. Notice how the storyboard is a sketch for the future video.

To develop your storyboard, write your narration in the "Potential Narration" column. We recommend doing this first, as this is the most important element of your educational video. What you say via the narration should be organized and logical, have a conversational approach and, use first person.

Once you have a draft of your narration, consider what visuals will enhance what you are saying. Begin to place these items in the "Potential Images, Video Clips, Graphics, Text" column.

In this storyboard example, note how the educator has added screenshots of the images and links to the website or Box folder where they reside. She has added text to go on the screen in regular font and instructions for the video editor in italics.

When you complete your storyboard draft, upload it to your Box folder and let your instructional designer know you are ready for them to review it.

Learn Now Video Storyboard: How to Tag a Pig

Word 2007 document, 6.2 MB

This is the storyboard created for the "How to Tag a Pig" video.