Replacing text-heavy content with well designed visuals can accomplish the following:
- Can help summarize complicated information
- Can reveal relationships that might otherwise be hidden
- Can lead to increased engagement, retention, and recall
- Can provide a framework for organizing, planning, and studying information.
- Can record meeting information in a quickly digestible and easy-to-recall format.
Co-written by VizThink CEO Tom Crawford and Brandon Hall Research Analyst Tom Werner, Visualization in Learning: 14 Case Studies That Emphasize Visual Thinking explores the use of visualization in brainstorming and discovery; organizing, planning, and designing; communication and persuasion; and measurement.
This report contains 14 case studies and dozens of images showing how visualization is being used to improve learning.