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Introduction

The world is changing, and with it, so is the way in which we perceive and transmit information. This Sketchnoting Workshop will teach students how to take notes and organize content creatively. Students will walk away with the ability to utilize a combination of graphic elements and text in various settings (discussions, conferences, training, etc.) to take effective and memorable notes.

Objectives

At the end of this course students will be able to:

  • Have confidence and a set of visualization skills to execute in various environments
  • Develop their own Visual Toolkit adapted to any context
  • Summarize information in a visually understandable way
  • Actively practice the skills, tools, and techniques learned

Student Profile

This course is designed for all kinds of people, especially those who work in complex environments and can use graphic tools to play a crucial role in transmitting concepts, aligning goals, and understanding complexity.

Prerequisites

There are no prerequisites to attend this course.

Course Materials

Each student will receive a copy of the course documentation prepared by Netmind.

Methodology

Engaging and interactive course. Our instructors teach all course materials using the demonstrative method; the participants learn new concepts through exercises and real application practices.

Certification

There is no official certification issued for attending this class. However, students will earn 3.5 credit hours for their attendance.

Accreditation

A certificate of attendance will be issued to students who attend the course for at least 75% of the duration.

Course Outline

  1. What is Sketchnoting?
    1. Personal visual notes
    2. Live facilitation
  2. Materials Needed
    1. Felt pens
    2. Paper
    3. Post-its and stickers
  3. Techniques
    1. What to draw and what to write
    2. How to cover up mistakes
    3. Lettering and typefaces
  4. Distributing Information in Whitespace
    1. Visual hierarchy
    2. Templates
    3. Cornell Method
  5. Graphic Recording
    1. Graphic recording vs. graphic facilitation: direct vs. prepared
    2. Synthesizing information in real time
    3. Active listening

Public Classes

Currently, we don't have any public sessions of this course scheduled. Please let us know if you are interested in adding a session.

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Course Details

Reference

JJM 292

Duration

½ day

Delivery Mode

Virtual, Face-to-Face

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