Derek Bruff captured sketchnotes of a course on teaching large classes, presented by Carl Johnson (Biological Sciences), Sandra Rosenthal (Chemistry), and Andrew van Schaack (Human & Organizational Development) at the Vanderbilt Center for Teaching's conversation on teaching large classes, February 26, 2013.Be sure to check out Derek's sketchnotes on Flickr and his website too.
From her blog post (translated with Google Translate):
On the far left you will find a skit note from the session with Ylva Bergvik who runs @ookamishop - jewelry made from recycled computer parts! Then Mats Ingelheim Borns Session on "Maslow and e-commerce" and the National Church Session on "Nätvandrarna", a project for young people.
Here are 2 high resolution versions of the images in the paper by Maja:
Pretty cool to see Maja featured in her local paper. Great work Maja!
So as you know, I’ve been taking notes like this on and off since second year, but its only recently that I’ve actually started doing it consistently in every class and most of my studying at home as well. Can I mention how well it is working for me?
speaks, but in general I have noticed that I remember more from class than I used to… I am also much more enthusiastic about going to class than I used to be!
Be sure to visit Renate's blog for more!
SXSW was on the earliest events I sketchnoted, so I'm always happy to see new sketchnotes from SXSW each year. Here are the sketchnotes I've found so far — if you know of others, contact us with links!
UPDATE: Added 3 more sketchnoters on March 23rd: Patrick Ashamalla, Veronica Heltne and Kristy Duncan. If you have sketchnotes for us to add, let us know.
Thanks to ImageThink for reference and inspiration!