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Thinking Differently Building Your Sketchnoting Skills

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This is a follow up session to help people new to Sketchnoting build their skills further.

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Sketchnoting is a great tool to aid your thinking, working and learning. It makes use of combining words and simple pictures. Like all skills it takes deliberate practice. This is a hands-on session for people who have begun to make use of Sketchnoting and who want to continue to build their skills.

This session will include practical skills development activities and opportunity to share and reflect on your experience of Sketchnoting. We will be focusing on the 'words' side of Sketchnoting in this session - from how to write clearly, to fancy fonts and using words within visuals to express ideas creatively. It is all about the letters this time!

The group size will be kept small to encourage sharing and conversation. As always the atmosphere will be informal and friendly to enable everyone to get the most out of the session.

For this session, you will need to provide your own paper and pens. We will take a break part way through the session, but it is always good to have a cup of tea or other beverage to hand.

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Organiser Rachel Burnham

Organiser of Thinking Differently Building Your Sketchnoting Skills

I have been Sketchnoting for 5 years at conferences, workshops and for virtual sessions.   I have become an advocate for the use of Sketchnoting to aid thinking, work and learning.  I have my own consultancy Burnham Learning & Development Ltd, which is based in Manchester and works with individuals and organisations to help them to work and learn more effectively. I can be found on Twitter @BurnhamLandD and LinkedIn and you can also read my blog ‘L&D Matters’, which features many of my Sketchnotes and illustrations.

 

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