EvaluVision: “Picturing Evaluation: How Visual Thinking can Improve Facilitation & Use”

Here is a list of some resources discussed and shared during the gLOCAL 2021 event on 3 June 2021. 1) The EvaluVision introduction presentation and Visual Notetaking presentation EvaluVision 101 by Kanemitsu Yumiko: https://lnkd.in/gDu4Gv8Visual Notetaking Katherine Haugh: https://lnkd.in/gFEekK9 2) A link to the event recordinghttps://lnkd.in/gwDRMJ2 3) Links to the introductory EvaluVision video shared and the EvaluVision Guidebook: https://lnkd.in/gJskQbgEvaluVision introductory video: https://lnkd.in/gGZR8dV 4) The DMEO blog by and video aboutContinue reading “EvaluVision: “Picturing Evaluation: How Visual Thinking can Improve Facilitation & Use””

Graphic Design: ADB Expertise Locator

As a graphic guy, I have created many visual materials for events and challenges. And this design for ADB expertise locator is my favourite!! If you have any ideas to find and connect talent within an organisation, please apply. Up to USD10,000 of seed money. Please apply at https://lnkd.in/e4XmyERApplications deadline is 4 Aug 2021. I reallyContinue reading “Graphic Design: ADB Expertise Locator”

A New Visual Thinking Approach to Evaluation: Introducing EvaluVision by Keisuke Taketani, Katherine Haugh, Yumiko Kanemitsu

(This blog was originally published at American Evaluation Association on April 9, 2021) Greetings AEA365! We are Katherine Haugh, Yumiko Kanemitsu  and Keisuke Taketani, a group of individuals who are passionate about visual thinking and its applications in evaluation and adaptive learning.  Yumiko is a Regional Evaluation Officer at the United Nations (UN) World Food Programme. KeisukeContinue reading “A New Visual Thinking Approach to Evaluation: Introducing EvaluVision by Keisuke Taketani, Katherine Haugh, Yumiko Kanemitsu”

Virtual graphic facilitation

I did my first virtual graphic facilitation last week, connecting around 30 participants from Myanmar, Thailand, France, and the Philippines. Here is what I learned from this experience. Quality of conversation: In a virtual workshop, communication flows from participants to facilitators, rather than among participants. ZOOM breakout rooms made people talk more in a group butContinue reading “Virtual graphic facilitation”

Go Visual! Evaluation of school feeding programme in Bangladesh

I was honored to facilitate an evaluation workshop of World Food Programme Bangladesh school feeding programme. A workshop in Cox’s Bazar, I tried to capture key findings of evaluation without using any text. Only images. Why? Participating parents from the community were illiterate. I wanted to make sure they understand what consultants say visually. DespiteContinue reading “Go Visual! Evaluation of school feeding programme in Bangladesh”

Let’s co-create

Recently, several of my clients hired videographers and photographers to record the workshop. The dynamics of graphic facilitation for me is that you don’t know what outcome will be at the end of the day. It is the spirit of co-creation. Everyone at the workshop including organizer, participants, and facilitator is all part of the processContinue reading “Let’s co-create”

Basic elements of graphic facilitation

  Several participants at workshops and LinkedIn friends asked me about graphic recording and facilitation. Here is a brief summary of what I do. I do graphic recording and graphic facilitation. Graphic recording is when I visualise the conversation on the spot at conferences and workshops. Graphic facilitation, on the other hand, is a mixContinue reading “Basic elements of graphic facilitation”