I was fortunate enough to participate in a workshop with sketch noter extraordinaire Kevin Mears in June 2015 at the Open University. The following week I put my new skills to good use and did some doodling at CALRG 2015… which resulted in me being asked whether my drawing could feature on a final report for an Open University’s RCUK funded project! I was extremely flattered and excited; you can see both the original below and the drawing ‘in situ’ on the cover of An Open Research University.
More recently my sketch notes from #oer16 have been reused as part of:
#ALTC Blog: #OER16 – the friendly conference;
Catherine Cronin’s blog post #OER16: a critical turn;
You can check out my openly licensed sketches on Flickr.
Open and Engaged Research (Richard Holliman, CALRG 2015) (CC-BY 4.0 Beck Pitt)
Page 2: Supporting Open Textbook Adoption in British Columbia (Mary Burgess and David Porter: OpenEd15) (CC-BY 4.0 Beck Pitt)
Page 1: Supporting Open Textbook Adoption in British Columbia (Mary Burgess & David Porter: OpenEd15) (CC- BY 4.0 Beck Pitt)
Openness and the Future of Post-Secondary Education (Michael Feldstein and Phil Hill: OpenEd15) (CC-BY 4.0 Beck Pitt)
Photo by Bea de los Arcos licensed under CC-BY 4.0