Storyboarding is not just for graphic novels, advertising, or film-making - it's also for us e/m-learning designers. It is an essential part of our design process because storyboarding puts everything together - from instructional design's learning objectives to module content to digital media. The storyboard, puts the entire project together - and gives everyone an overview of how the finished module will look like.
This therefore means that the storyboard is an essential part of creating an e-learning module as the instructional designer, the SME (subject matter expert), the developer, the artist, and the quality check person(s) all get to see if the finished product - before the project even started.
Here's a short video from Madame Ling on the targeted audience for your storyboard! Thank you for the info, madame! Cheers!