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After a guest contribution of Nancy White on graphic facilitation we have a new guest post on the same topic from Leen De Kort: People learn in different ways. Some of us like reading or feel the urge to rewrite important information; others seem to retain a lot of visual information.

Visual recordings of presentations in a narrative way through highlighting key ideas visually is a very interesting way of packaging content. RSA animate is succeeding quite well in this. We selected a series of video’s related to learning and training. Some of them already featured in this blog, others are

In a recent on-line survey among colleagues on learning and training methodologies the need for more presentation and visualization techniques was expressed. Techniques in a nutshell that could be used in their daily learning and training. Last year we had a blogpost on learning and training in an audiovisual world

Capturing the attention of your audience with a powerful presentation is not an easy thing to do. Powerpoint (or Impress, Keynote, …) are just tools and not always used at its full potential as you may see in the next presentation. [

Making things visual is a very important asset in learning and training activities. More and more organizations are adding audiovisual elements into their learning, training and communication strategies. Some examples: The World Bank recently launched his YouTube-application in order to broadcast short multimedia documentaries related to its activities on fighting