Jay Cross on Visual Learning

In an article called Eyes Wide Shut – Envisioning Learning, Jay Cross of the Internet Time Group shares how he uses visualization in his day-to-day learning.

In another article called See What I Mean, Cross “makes a plea for visual aids to accompany the usual columns of text” (also available as a jpg image). Though the article is dated December 2002, his points are still relevant today, especially this one:
“Relevant graphics improve comprehension 80 percent.”

Also worth checking out: the Internet Time Group’s Center for Visual Learning

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