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Visual note-taking has completely transformed how I process information.  Visual notes allow me to create meaning from what I read or listen in a manner that is meaningful and personal to me.  As a result, I remember what I read or listen to so much more than ever before.  My visual note-taking journey began in June 2014 after attending an EdCamp session. This convinced me that I needed to try and  Sunni Brown's Doodle Revolution book provided the guidance to get me started. Along the way, I've tried several different digital tools for note-taking but always return to Staedtler Pens, Moleskine Journals, and most of the time Crayola Colored Pencils. As different journals began to fill up, this became a way to create a digital archive of my visual notes.  As I began the archive at the end of 2014, it also provided a way to reflect on the last six months and will function as a means for reflection in the future.  (At some point, I'm going to need to take all these words I just wrote and create a visual!)