Another educational video, this time from Commoncraft, which uses little illustrations being pushed around on a board to explain new technology, ike Wikipedia, secure passwords, cloud computing, so-called augmented reality. Enjoy!
Herewith a link to a sort of visual facilitation course from Khanacademy on the French Revolution with that live RSA-style writing on the "napkin" except they write on a black background with photos in color. Khanacademy is however an amazing site. Its founder, Salman Kahn, seeks to make videos to empower everyone, everywhere with a free, world-class education. He has made more than 1600 videos himself. What a terrific idea. Of course, one needs access to a computer and a broadband connection...!
Below, causes of the French Revolution, a mindmap by strategictransitions.com.
SerialMapper has just published a blog on the use of the IPad for graphic recording with an example from my IPad recordings. I discussed IPad and recording with him in a Paris café the other day. But as he said, only time will tell if this technique has a real future.
Another interesting blog on this is from Ninmah meets World, a blog by Rachel S. Smith, Vice President at The New Media Consortium and a master of visual recording. There's a very interesting film about how to do recording on the IPad and even a few paragraphs on how to make the film! Quite impressive and very helpful in acquiring this skill. If you're interested!