Graphic Recording is a real-time illustration of your conversation created while you talk. It’s a form of note-taking that evolves with a discussion or presentation, capturing the thoughts and ideas for the audience in the moment. This capture is also valuable for remembering the experience later or for sharing the ideas with anyone who was not there.
Graphic Recording can also be called “sketchnoting” and has many versions; the most popular being with the recorder in front of the room with a large board so the audience can experience the conversation both audibly and visually, making for a higher impact in knowledge absorption and comprehension. It can also be done digitally and live-streamed to screens the group can see, or in smaller format videos and images for use in apps developed for conferences and group interaction.
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