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  • Needs:\n1. Stenographer notes, 2. Boring notes, 3. Beth’s sketches, 4. Sketchnoting video\n
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  • Stenographer notes\n
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  • Combine visual capture of information with text\n
  • Listen | Synthesize | Visualize\n
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  • Why you should care\nWhy this is for you\n
  • Why you should care\nWhy this is for you\n
  • Why you should care\nWhy this is for you\n
  • Why you should care\nWhy this is for you\n
  • Why you should care\nWhy this is for you\n
  • Why you should care\nWhy this is for you\n
  • Why you should care\nWhy this is for you\n
  • Why you should care\nWhy this is for you\n
  • Poll: Who takes notes?\nIf you don’t, you will!\n
  • Avoid boring classes/meetings\nLearn better and remember more\n
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  • “Nearly 75% of the neurons in our brain that process sensory information—smell, taste, touch, hearing, sight—are dedicated to vision.” --Unfolding the Napkin, p. 22\n
  • “Nearly 75% of the neurons in our brain that process sensory information—smell, taste, touch, hearing, sight—are dedicated to vision.” --Unfolding the Napkin, p. 22\n
  • “Nearly 75% of the neurons in our brain that process sensory information—smell, taste, touch, hearing, sight—are dedicated to vision.” --Unfolding the Napkin, p. 22\n
  • “Nearly 75% of the neurons in our brain that process sensory information—smell, taste, touch, hearing, sight—are dedicated to vision.” --Unfolding the Napkin, p. 22\n
  • “Nearly 75% of the neurons in our brain that process sensory information—smell, taste, touch, hearing, sight—are dedicated to vision.” --Unfolding the Napkin, p. 22\n
  • “Nearly 75% of the neurons in our brain that process sensory information—smell, taste, touch, hearing, sight—are dedicated to vision.” --Unfolding the Napkin, p. 22\n
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  • Poll: Who can draw?\n
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  • Visual Language\nDesign Principles\nTechniques to Improve\nMaterials\n
  • Visual Language\nDesign Principles\nTechniques to Improve\nMaterials\n
  • Visual Language\nDesign Principles\nTechniques to Improve\nMaterials\n
  • Visual Language\nDesign Principles\nTechniques to Improve\nMaterials\n
  • Visual Language\nDesign Principles\nTechniques to Improve\nMaterials\n
  • Visual Language\nDesign Principles\nTechniques to Improve\nMaterials\n
  • Visual Language\nDesign Principles\nTechniques to Improve\nMaterials\n
  • Visual Language\nDesign Principles\nTechniques to Improve\nMaterials\n
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  • 1. Letters, 2. Bullets, 3. Frames, 4. Connectors, 5. Shadows, 6. Peeps\n
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  • SXSW 08 (http://www.flickr.com/photos/rohdesign/sets/72157607737442397/)\n
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  • Practice with talks\nSame words with delay\nParaphrase with delay\n
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  • Visual Language\nDesign Principles\nTechniques to Improve\nMaterials\n
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  • Gever Tulley, TED U, March 2007\n5 dangerous things you should let your children do\n
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  • One notebook\nTwo pens\nMake a World\n\n
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