VISUAL NOTE-TAKING 101
About This Course
Because we live in an intensely verbal culture, chances are we’ll be taking some kind of notes at work and at school for the rest of our lives. (Groan.) Many of us try and tackle this note-taking challenge by using a laptop, but studies show that typing notes is less effective than taking notes by hand and MUCH less effective than taking visual notes by hand. And…surprise! Taking notes can actually be enjoyable when you teach yourself how to use simple visual language combined with the written word. Tracking verbal content and weaving in images, color, shapes, typography and tools like word-pictures increases attention and engagement, improves the way you process and integrate information and dramatically increases your level of retention. (Our content recall can be 29% higher when we actively produce visual information.) There’s no need to suffer through note-taking that works against the natural structure of the brain. Learn how to take notes that you can actually use (and appreciate). Artistic talent not required.
What are the requirements?
- Pen, pencil or markers (ideally multiple colors)
What am I going to get from this course?
- A brief history of Visual Note-taking
- Introduction to the Visual Note-taking basics
- Best practices on listening for relevant verbal content
- A solid foundation for ongoing practice
What are the benefits of this course?
- Higher levels of information comprehension
- Enhanced confidence in capturing spoken information
- Increased retention and recall
- Increased creativity and access to insights
- Basic Doodle Self Assessment
- The Visual Alphabet + 12 Devices Cheat Sheet PDF
- Infodoodle Self Assessment, Part 1
- Infodoodle Self Assessment, Part 2
*If you purchased this course before 7/15/16, please click here to login and access the original course.
- Lectures 5
- Quizzes 1
- Duration 3 hours 11 minutes
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 570
- Certificate Yes
- Assessments Self
Module 1 - What is Visual Notetaking?
- Lecture 1.1 Module 1 – What is Visual Notetaking? Locked
Module 2 – Basics, Letters and Typography
- Lecture 2.1 Module 2 – Basics, Letters and Typography Locked
Module 3 – Objects, Connectors and People
- Lecture 3.1 Module 3 – Objects, Connectors and People Locked
Module 4 – Color and the Art of Listening
- Lecture 4.1 Module 4 – Color and the Art of Listening Locked
Module 5 – Listening Continued and Facing Fears
- Lecture 5.1 Module 5 – Listening Continued and Facing Fears Locked