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Sketchnoting: Remember What You’ve Learned

Sketchnoting: Remember What You’ve Learned

Do you take copious notes during conferences or lectures, either via your laptop or a notebook? Do you want the printout of the slides of that presentation so you can jot thoughts all over them? One of the problems with these behaviors is that we too easily end up taking dictation, not really listening, not really absorbing the important bits that will matter most in our work. Enter sketchnoting! Besides making your notes way more fun to review, sketchnoting requires that you capture only the salient points, the stuff that will stick with you. This webinar will introduce some basics to help you get started taking visual notes so that you can begin to get more out of lectures, presentations, talks, and even meetings! And it’s not about having to be able to draw well, either. Whether you can draw a stick figure or a paint a Picasso, you can learn to take notes in a way that builds better recall and better concentration. Anyone can sketchnote!

Presented by Sally Gore, Manager, Research & Scholarly Communication Services
Associate Editor, Journal of eScience Librarianship
Lamar Soutter Library
University of Massachusetts Medical School

Tuesday, April 6, 2021
3:00pm - 4:00pm
Time Zone:
Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
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