What is graphic recording?
- it is often called graphic facilitation
- it was developed in the 1960’s to manage the personal dynamics and thinking of groups
- it records your meeting on a large sheet of paper on the wall
- uses words and images to record what has been said
- uses colours and layouts to link your ideas together
What type of work do we do?
- help plan future paths for individuals, groups and organisations
- minute meetings so all attendees can see what is being recorded
- draw up ideas and thoughts so they can be linked together
- draw up action plans that you sign up to
- record conferences and meetings in words and images
- can transcribe the image into a smaller poster sized graphic
- send on photos of your poster
- upload images to a private webpage for you
Why graphically record?
- the group can see plans and ideas emerge
- it is easily accessible to many different groups
- participants feel more involved and empowered
- you have a visually stimulating record
- graphic recording helps focus the groups attention
- graphic recording can also help create a collective group memory of an event.