Wordless Wednesday: Adventures in Science Scribing Advertisement
ScienceOnline2012 I signed up for a workshop, . It was a hands-on, interactive workshop on visual storytelling lead by Science Scribe 2.0 @Experrinment.
I had fun, though I wasn't feeling very sure.
I took notes of the #Scio12 Session on Math Future 2.0
I returned home and gave it another try, this time scribing a dissertation defense.
I soon realized that I needed the right tools, so I went out and spent a little money getting a proper sketchbook and investing in some markers. I'm feeling better about my results. I like to prepare for the scribing by reading the abstract of the talk and setting up the page, adding the title and some basic illustrations to the page.
Final product, after the seminar talk
My sketch notes aren't as dramatic as
Lalsox's but then again, I wasn't a big time artsy-doodler to begin with. It's still fun and I'll continue to do it. More Science Scribe 2.0 Alums Live Scribing at Science Online 2012 at Mad Art Lab Sketch Notes at Science Online 2012 and Sketchnotes, the Second – Professional Development at Life in the Nerdlet Estuary I sketched #scio12 at Katie Ph.D.
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