We’ve been funded by Vitae to run a pilot project on the use of Bill Law’s 3 Scene Storyboarding technique with researchers. We’ll be running a workshop for careers and researcher development people to learn about using storyboarding with researchers on the 19th November. We’ll be making more announcements soon on the iCeGS site about how to book etc – but in the meantime you can email me on firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested.
Bill Law’s three-scene storyboarding is a narrative-based technique for setting down experience. By reflecting on ‘before, during and after’ movie-like scenes of a particular turning point in a person’s life processes encompassing thoughts and feelings are elicited and clarified. Such reflection ultimately promotes a greater self awareness, leads to a clarification of career goals, and aids decision making and transitions.
If you are interested in finding out more about storyboarding have a look at the poster that we’ll be presenting at the Vitae conference. Alternatively head over to Bill’s site and visit the storyboarding stockroom.