Thank you to our engaged creative community!

Thank you to our engaged creative community!

Thank you for sharing, for teaching, for learning, for mentoring, offering, meeting, sketching, referring, applying, traveling, mashing things up, caring, innovating, laughing, and trying new things. You have made sketchnoting more than drawing "ideas not art". 

You have made this a global community of creativity.

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Of greater importance, you make a difference every time you share, teach, mentor, offer, meet, apply, travel, mashup, innovate. If you don’t believe it, take a look at the work of up and coming sketchnoters and the impact that visual note taking has had in teaching them an intuitive way to learn. 

Check out Allison. Who? Watch for the next SketchnoteArmy blog post to find out.

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Keep up the good work SketchnoteArmy people! It’s more than just “ideas not art”; it’s about creating and maintaining a safe space for people to experiment and find their inner superhero.

Keep it up! 

If you have made it to the bottom of this post, here's a special challenge. Create a sketchnote of this blog entry, post to Twitter, and tag @SketchnoteArmy. We'll collect them and select one, some, or all for a future blog post.

("Thank you" by Mike, superhero by Steve, "You are a superhero" by Mauro)

Sketchnoters' Stories - 8th Grader Allison Huang revolutionizes her school notes with sketchnotes

Sketchnoters' Stories - 8th Grader Allison Huang revolutionizes her school notes with sketchnotes

The Sketchnote Army Podcast: Season 4, Episode 10: Luis Gonzaga ISC18LX Special

The Sketchnote Army Podcast: Season 4, Episode 10: Luis Gonzaga ISC18LX Special