Cognitivemedia and visual thinking

As a fan of Dan Roam and ‘visual thinking’ I was pleased to come across this site. I’ve dabbled in cartoons before and used a comic strip approach in a very small way here and there in elearning, but this is on a different scale, using very talented cartoonists to represent a conversation or the argument of a book. But isn’t this so much better than the average ‘interactive’ module?

http://www.cognitivemedia.co.uk/

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1 thought on “Cognitivemedia and visual thinking

  1. Thanks for finding this site Norman. I love their stuff. One thing I’m wary of is the use of words on screen alongside words that are spoken but they synch them so carefully it seems to work.

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