Sketchnoting A Methodology: Fostering Team Based Learning Conversations

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2018-03-01
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Paepcke-Hjeltness, Verena
Johnson, Janet
Lefebvre, Luke
McCubbins, OP
Bender, Holly
Wolff, Maren
Pritchard, Samantha
Mills, Foy
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Sketchnoting is a methodology that uses simple shapes, frames, and connectors to visualize complex information, concepts, and physical objects, thus it has a low barrier entry for skilled and non-skilled drawers, as well as for designers or non-designers alike. It is situated at the lower end of the visualization fidelity spectrum, which ranges from napkin style sketches to photo-realistic renderings or high fidelity info-graphics.

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This poster was presented at the Team-Base Learning Conference in San Diego March 2, 2018. Posted with permission.

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