Saturday, October 8, 2016

Stout Tech-Tips: Sketchnoting - Visual Note Taking




In This Issue

October 17th and 24th Online Courses with Openings
List of January Online Courses
Visual Note Taking
Tech Tip: Tech Tools for Visual Note Taking
Featured Program
     Mathematics Specialist Certificate
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Drawing in Class: Rachel Smith TEDxUFM


 


The Basics and Benefits of Visual Note Taking

Visual note taking and sketchnoting are practices that allow individuals to utilize drawing and images when capturing and representing ideas for class assignments, during training, meetings or conferences. 
Visual Note Taking
Wesley Fryer provides a fantastic overview of the types of visual note taking, examples and links to tools to get you started. 
Sketchnoting 101: How To Create Awesome Visual Notes
Matthew Magain provides twenty tips on how to get started with sketchnoting. 
Sketchnotes: A Guide to Visual Note Taking
Elaine from JetPens offers a basic guide and tips on how to sketchnote.
Sketchnoting in Education
Kathy Schrock provides a list of helpful resources to inspire and get started with sketchnoting in education.
How Can Sketchnoting Help Me at Work?
Noteshel offers a brief article on why sketchnoting is not just for k12 education and shares a useful tip about using sticky notes.
Start Doodling in Class: The Value of Lo Fi Graphics in eLearning
Gauri Rayes discusses how sketchnoting and sketchsplaining can be powerful tools in eLearning. 
Essential Guide to Visual Thinking for E-Learning
Tom from Articulate explains why to use visual notes and provides a few primers on getting started.



Featured Program

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