The E-Learning Network: Wednesday, April 27th, 11:45 AM to 1:00 PM, IDT Studio

You are invited to the monthly meeting of the Memphis E-Learning Network–a group of e-learning professionals representing Memphis-area corporations and organizations.

When: 11:45 A.M. to 1:00 P.M., Wednesday, April 27th, 2011
Where: University of Memphis, College of Education, Ball Hall 320. Map:
Featured Speaker: Kevin Thorn, Instructional Designer, AutoZone
Who is Invited: anyone interested in teaching and learning.
Parking: use the parking garage just north of Ball Hall
Food: bring your lunch. We’ll have some light refreshments, and we’ll eat while we meet.
About the Memphis E-Learning Network:

Session Description:

“The Art of Storyboarding”, by Kevin Thorn, AutoZone

Applying storyboarding to e-Learning always seems to cause a debate about the best approaches and methods, because each person’s workflow is different. There is no real standard … and there shouldn’t be. Storyboarding is, and should remain, flexible and fluid depending on the project. The problem is how to use and implement the tools, templates, and methods to get the best results out of your storyboarding efforts. In this session we will discuss storyboarding from a more visual and artistic approach, and demonstrate various tools including MS Word, MS PowerPoint, and custom storyboarding applications used in the film and animation industries.

Please forward this notice to interested colleagues, or those you know involved in training and learning initiatives.


Trey Martindale, Associate Professor
Instructional Design and Technology, University of Memphis
(901) 870-6926
Director, IDT Studio
E-learning Network


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