Storyboard: Website Design for Remote Learning
Updated: 7/14/2020
Storyboard: Website Design for Remote Learning
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Storyboard Description

Storyboard to map out a potential website design for our elementary school's remote learning in Fall 2020. This site is intended to house ES Library and ES Tech resources and tutorials.

Storyboard Text

  • Storyboard: Website Design for Remote Library/Tech Activities
  • Purpose & Audience
  • Provide a website platform to support students and parents with remote learning extension activities, assistance in accessing/troubleshooting remote learning technology, and related library/tech programming and services.
  • Elementary community in grades PK-5, located across the globe during remote learning.
  • Timeline
  • SWOT analysis; gathering ideas & brainstorming; design initial mock-up of the site
  • Stage 1
  • Meet with stakeholders to identify strengths & weaknesses; make necessary changes to site design and content
  • Stage 2
  • Publish site to community and push out through school social media channels
  • Stage 3
  • Created for San Jose State UniversityProfessor ColstonSummer 2020
  • Home Page
  • Welcome banner
  • By Wendy Guyer
  • School is a private international school in New Delhi, India, serving students in grades PK-12. This site is intended only for the elementary school.
  • Sub-Pages
  • Welcome banner
  • Launch of site is intended to fall on the first day of school. Stages 1 & 2 should take two weeks each. Stage 3 would occur over the course of one week, with a soft-launch prior to the launch to the community.
  • Next Steps
  • Utilizing website analytics and feedback from stakeholders, team will meet approximately 6 weeks after launch to create next steps on the site.
  • Welcome page will have the Library/Tech Mission Statement, Staff introductions, Virtual Tours of physical spaces, and Screencase tour of website. This will be a relatively static page. Graphics/color scheme will match school marketing graphics.
  • Virtual Tour
  • Photo with Mission as overlay
  • Website Tour
  • Staff Bios
  • Five sub-pages will be represented through icons. These sub-pages will hold dynamic content from the Library and the Tech Departments. Content includes learning extensions, tutorials, and services.
  • Read-Alouds
  • Maker Activities
  • App / Tech Tutorials
  • Book Talks
  • Programs
  • Library & Tech Team will evaluate usage to determine any next steps once the site is launched.
  • At the end of remote learning, team will consider how this site might be used moving forward.
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