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ATDBR: Sketch It Out-Storyboarding & Design

  • Thursday, April 26, 2018
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Mike Anderson's Seafood, 1031 W Lee Dr. Baton Rouge, LA

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 Program Details
         

The concept of storyboarding has its roots in film and television. However, it is becoming an ever growing development tool used in the training industry. Whether written, visual or a combination of both, the process and utilization of storyboarding has many benefits for the instructional designer, SME/stakeholders, and learners.

 

In the month's presentation we will discuss the concept of storyboarding and the basic process of its creation, as well as the importance of visuals and their role in engaging the audience and facilitating learning.

 

Objectives:

  • Discuss the process of storyboarding and which steps have the greatest impact on the final course design, and ultimately, the learner
  • Understand the power of visuals and their role in storyboarding
  • Identify the must have and might have components of a storyboard
  • Timer permitted, practice turning written consent into a visual representation  

              

Speaker Details

 


Danyelle Jumonville has five years of experience as an Instructional Designer, and 10+ years using graphic and web design principles to create learning solutions for learners of various ages and demographics. Danyelle is currently an Instructional Designer in the Instructor-Led Content Development Department at the Alliance Safety Council. Previously, she served four years at the Louisiana Workforce Commission as a Human Resource Training and Development Specialist, where she developed and implemented many training programs, both web and instructor led courses, and many learner aids. She is also a former elementary and middle school educator in both private and public sectors, as well as a freelance Graphic/Web Designer and Portrait Artist.

Danyelle holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette with a concentration in Graphic Design. She expanded her education in the area of child psychological and learning development at Southeastern Louisiana University and attended the Art Institute of Pittsburgh Online to further her design education in the area of user interface and web based design. 

Believing that becoming an expert in her current tools of the trade, Danyelle is currently working towards becoming a certified Microsoft Office Expert. In the future, she plans on pursuing and obtaining the CPLP.

 

Danyelle Jumonville

Instructional Designer

Alliance Safety Council

10099 N. Reiger Rd.

Baton Rouge, LA 70809

djumonville@alliancesafetycouncil.org

https://www.linkedin.com/in/danyellej/

          

                    

 Competency Alignment

ATD Competency Model


         ATD Baton Rouge strives to align our programming to the ATD Competency Model. This month's program aligns with   the Instructional Design area of expertise. Click the image to view the competency model.                                   

Meeting Schedule
 Check-in Begins
  11:30 AM
 Announcements Begin
  11:45 AM
 Program Begins
  12:00 PM

Pre-registration required.  No walk-ins.
 Cancellation Policy

As soon as you complete the registration process, you will be guaranteed a seat at this event.  The completed registration process initiates an invoice from your ATD Baton Rouge Chapter to you that may be paid online, by mail, or on the day of the event.

Event Cancellations received within 48 hours prior to an event may be eligible to receive a full refund.  Cancellations will be accepted via e-mail and should be sent to the VP of Hospitality at vphospitality@atdbatonrouge.org.  All refund requests must made by the member or credit card holder.  Refunds will be credited back to the original method of payment within 30 days from the date the payment was received.  Requests for cancellations received after the stated deadline will not be eligible for a refund.

ATD Baton Rouge Chapter

Your ATD Baton Rouge Chapter may have to pay for your meal and other fees if you register and then cannot attend.  Please help us protect your chapter’s finances.  You can submit cancellations at least 48 hours before the event; otherwise, we will have to invoice you to cover these costs.  If that should happen, we will be happy to accept your registration for future events as soon as you have settled your outstanding balance.

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How do I cancel my registration?

To cancel, please send an email to our VP of Hospitality at vphospitality@atdbatonrouge.org.

Thank you for adhering to this policy.  Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions or comments.

Pre-registration required.  No walk-ins.
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