e.g. lecture capture, 'flipping', demonstration, short clips, podcasting, audio feedback on assessment
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Used to describe and visualize the flow of the learning process, experience and instruction to the desired results.
Why would you want to create a storyboard?
How do you create a storyboard?
You can do it in PowerPoint with Thumbnail view, table format in Word or prototype directly in the authoring tool.
Visual Storyboard: If you want to give a clear picture of what you want to show users on screen and are mostly responsible for the layout and graphics.
Text based Storyboard: You have a graphics person handling most of the graphics or the visual layout has already been established, like with company templates.
Find more here: http://process.arts.ac.uk/category/discipline/audio?page=1
Basically students can use anything in assessed work without worrying about copyright, however, after it's assessed it cannot be used in any other way (as part of a portfolio for example) without breaking copyright laws. See: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/Library/copyright/using-materials.shtml