Using Google Slides To Take Dynamic Notes in an Instant!
LIVE EVENT SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 2020
If you are like me, you love the idea of sketchnoting... but there is just one tiny problem, you can't draw. Well, this is the session for you! Come experience the Polaroid version of note-taking where participants will virtually walk away with simple strategies for creating dynamic notes that are purposeful, memorable, and shareable in an instant, just like Polaroids! If you would like to attend a live 1-hour webinar over Polaroid Notes, my digital note-taking strategy using Google Slides, simply click the button to the left to register! The live webinar will be Saturday, November 21st from 10 AM-11 AM CST. You will receive an email with the link and password to join the webinar at least 48 hours before the event.
What are Polaroid Notes?
Purposeful, Memorable, Shareable
So you may be asking yourself, "What in the world are Polaroid Notes anyway?" 🙅 Well, wait 'til I tell you!
Basically, I use one slide deck to take my notes when I go to a conference. Each slide represents a session I attend.
Instead of transcribing everything the presenters say in a Google Doc that I probably won't look at again, I use Google Slides.
I focus on the big ideas: the WHAT, the WHY, and the HOW. Then, I add images, word art, color, symbols, shapes, and even video to make my notes POP!
AND, by creating them in Google Slides, I now have printable resources that can be shared in an instant just like Polaroids!
Check out my ISTE presentation and Polaroid Notes examples below.
Then, take a look at the About page and Tips and Templates pages to learn how to get started creating your very own POLAROID NOTES! 👀 ⏬