Sketcho Frenzy: The Basics of Visual Note-taking

This is a short (3-minute) video by Claudine Delfin about the benefits of visual note-taking. It's also a good example of a video that has been created from a visual note-taking process.

This resource and the following information was suggested by Katherine Haugh. The recommendation below was completed by Alice Macfarlan

Authors and their affiliation

Claudine Delfin

Year of publication


Type of resource

  • Overview

Key features

This is a brief overview of visual note-taking - illustrated by an animation of visual note-taking. It focuses primarily on the 'why' of this form of reporting, and the benefits of this for learning.

Who is this resource useful for?

  • Those involved in evaluation capacity strengthening;
  • Other – students

How have you used or intend on using this resource?

This video provides a quick overview rather than detailed guidance, but it makes some interesting points about the benefits of using visual note-taking in an educational context.

Why would you recommend it to other people?

For those who have never heard of visual note-taking (or never thought about using it themselves), this video would be a good entry point - not least because the form of the video really highlights the actual process of visual note-taking.


Delfin, C. (2012). Sketcho Frenzy: The Basics of Visual Note-taking [Video]. Retrieved from:

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Monitoring, Evaluation, Research, and Learning (MERL) Specialist, Dexis Consulting Group.
Washington, United States of America.


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