Graphic recording is the real-time translation of conversations or presentations into visual information. Graphic recorders do three things simultaneously: listen for key ideas; synthesize ideas; and, document them in visual form.
Hotıì ts’eeda is providing graphic facilitator training as a way to support local employment and contribute to knowledge translation capabilities in the NWT that can be used not only in communicating health research and results, but also the collaborative development of priorities in the health field and beyond. Two training workshops were held in 2019 and more will be planned over the coming year.
Find out more about why Hotıì ts'eeda offers graphic recorder training, upcoming workshops and how to request support to participate.