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Comics as a Tool for Inquiry Sketchnote by @Nsousanis


My friend Nick Sousanis, who is producing his entire dissertation in comic form, gave a presentation on "Comics as a Tool for Inquiry" and captured some of the ideas he's had as sketchnotes, seen above.

From his blog post on the topic, Nick writes:

I've included a recent quick overview of some thoughts on comics' capacities that I prepared for the classes I teach, which includes a few further wrinkles to consider."

You can also get a copy of Nick's PDF document "Comics as a Tool for Inquiry" to get more detail.

Be sure to check out Nick's blog, Spin, Weave and Cut for more comics goodness!

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