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Thursday
Dec142017

The Sketchnote Army Podcast: Season 4, Episode 7: Cate Tolnai

Cate Tolnai

Cate Tolnai got into sketchnoting last March at the CUE conference. She quickly dove head first into it as she saw the benefits in education. Today she joins Mike Rohde to discuss sketchnoting in education and growth mindsets, as well as sketchnoting in general.

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RUNNING ORDER

  • Intro
  • Who is Cate Tolnai?
  • Growth Mindset
  • What is Sketch 50?
  • Sketchnoting's impact on Education
  • The value of mistakes and the reflective process
  • Tools
  • 3 Tips
  • Outro (Mike is awesome)

LINKS

TOOLS

TIPS

  1. Just share! (Find good hashtags, or just share with a friend)
  2. Lean in to your growth mindset
  3. Don’t worry about borrowing from others (trace!)

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Special thanks to Christopher Wilson for the show notes!

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Friday
Dec082017

The Sketchnote Army Podcast: Season 4, Episode 6: Oscar Campo

Oscar Campo

This week I’m joined by Oscar Campo is a professor at a university in Cali, Columbia. He got into sketchnoting to help him take better notes at his church and pay more attention to the sermons.

Later, Oscar started incorporating sketchnotes into all of his life including his work at university. Although he has no artistic training, he creates beautiful images within his sketchnotes.

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RUNNING ORDER

  • Intro
  • Oscar’s origin story
  • Sketchnoting at University (Professors make the worst students!)
  • Sermon Sketchnoting
  • Observing like an artist (or engineer)
  • Tools
  • Noteshelf app
  • Trick: Hiding layers!
  • 3 Tips

LINKS

TOOLS

TIPS

  1. Don’t compare your sketchnotes to other people’s
  2. Tools aren’t important, Information is
  3. Share your sketchnotes with the world

PAST PODCAST SEASON LINKS

Special thanks to Christopher Wilson for the show notes!

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Monday
Dec042017

Change the way you listen with Sketchnotes: James Thomas @qahiccupps

Here is an interesting work by James Thomas .

He wrote:

"I went to a talk on sketchnoting a few weeks ago and decided to try it as a way of changing how I listen to talks.

I usually write loads of notes, but I wondered if I could learn to write less. Having to wait until I know what to sketch is stopping me from writing (although I'm still finding the temptation to write hard to resist just now)."

You can find more adout James work on his blog.

Very interesting!

Thank you James

- Mauro  

Wednesday
Nov292017

The Sketchnote Army Podcast: Season 4, Episode 5: Heather Martinez

Heather Martinez

This week I’m joined by Heather Martinez, a graphic recorder and facilitator, and a hand letterer who has skills to spare.

We talk about Heather’s path into visual thinking, and the road trip she took to see the country with her husband, and trailer, Flo, and how it’s impacted her life and work in ways she couldn’t have predicted.

Finally, learn about Heather’s upcoming course, Lettering with the Masters, and some great tools and tips.

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Listen to Season 4, Episode 5 of the podcast on SoundCloud:

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RUNNING ORDER

  • Intro
  • Heather’s Elevator Pitch
  • Similarities and differences between Graphic Recording and Graphic Facilitation
  • Graphics design to visual practitioner
  • Traveling in a teardrop trailer round the US
  • Being a resident artist
  • Learning to be comfortable with less
  • Lettering with the masters (starting in January 2018)
  • Appreciating Typography
  • Tools
  • 3 Tips
  • Outro

LINKS

ARTIST RESIDENCIES

TOOLS

TIPS

  1. Push your tools to their limits
  2. Practice with intention (hope is not an action plan)
  3. Check your spelling

PAST PODCAST SEASON LINKS

Special thanks to Christopher Wilson for the show notes!

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Thursday
Nov232017

Implementing Change: Sketchnotes by Larry Molacek @LarryMolacek

 

Today we are happy to feature a work by Larry Molacek .

He wrote:

This is my first public sketchnote. I got the idea from Sylvia Duckworth's book and modified it for implementing change. When implementing change people are at different levels of agreement and implementation of the change and the pencil metaphor shows the size and amount of push-back leaders face during the change process.

You can find more of Larry's works on his Blog .

Very interesting and informative nad the pencil metaphor is genius.

Great work Larry!

- Mauro