Supply ListWhether you're taking notes at a business meeting, lecture, sermon, in the classroom, or just for fun, visual notetaking will help you learn at your full potential. Over the course of this 3 hour session, participants will learn how to create a map of ideas and concepts using layouts, connectors, shapes, imagery, color and text. The visual notetaking method boosts memory retention, stimulates the brain, and develops visual creativity. Fans of bullet journaling and planner design will love this course.
Emily Mills is an artist, illustrator, and author of The Art of Visual Notetaking. You can find her work on her website, www.emilyamills.com, or visit her on Instagram @emily_a_mills.
1 black pen (permanent ink, gel, and pigment are best, water based last choice)
1 grey marker (light to medium tone)
2-4 color markers of your choice (Tombow Dual brush pens recommended)
Notebook or paper
Participants are encouraged to bring whatever supplies they already have that fit this criteria. A variety of sample papers and markers will be available for use in the classroom.