While you may know us so far from our events, our primary goal is to grow and support the visual thinking community. Over the next 6 weeks there will be several announcements about services we’re offering the community. One of the services we’re offering is research. Some will be high-level overviews and some will be deep dives. Some will be theoretical and some will be practical. This is the first in a series of many research projects we’ll be doing on behalf of the community.
Teaching and training have traditionally been heavily textual. However, as evidenced by the number of people in training & learning at our event in San Francisco, we see a new interest in all types of visualization for learning. This includes visualization by hand (drawing, sketching, etc.) as well as the use of visually-oriented technology (digital cameras, video cameras, scanners, editing and publishing tools, visually-oriented authoring tools, etc.).
We are seeking submissions to publish in a report that showcases the range of how visualization is being used for learning today.
We would like to know how you use visualization in a particular teaching situation.