Storyboard Logic Models Activity

This worksheet by the Action Evaluation Collective gives a steps by step run down of how to use storyboards to engage people in telling their stories. It's focus is on working with and engaging young people in a participatory process.

This resource and the following information was contributed by Alice Macfarlan (BetterEvaluation).

Authors and their affiliation

Action Evaluation Collective

Year of publication


Type of resource


Key features

This two page guide begins with an overview over the using storyboards to illicit participant stories and then breaks down the storyboard process into three stages with discussion questions to illicit what happened before, during and after the project or program.

Who is this resource useful for?

  • Evaluators;
  • Those involved in evaluation capacity strengthening;

How have you used or intend on using this resource?

I would use this as a starting point to guide the development of a storyboard activity, though I'd probably also be looking at other resources or examples of how people have used this option to gain some more in depth information about the process and what works or does not work well. 

Why would you recommend it to other people?

I like that it's brief and printable so it would make a good overview to share with colleagues and participants to explain the process. It's also written in very friendly, open language, and so isn't intimidating for people who haven't used this option before. It doesn't present the steps as rules but as suggestions.


Action Evaluation Collaborative (n.d.) Storyboard Activity. [Worksheet]. Retrieved from:

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