Before constructing a Reusable Learning Object (RLO) in a design tool, it is common practice to create a storyboard. This affords the designer the opportunity to organize the content, assemble media assets, document an approximation of what the final product will look like, and get stakeholder sign-off. This saves time in the long run by getting approval before a significant amount of time is invested, and makes the creation of the training in the tool much more smooth.

View the RLO storyboard.