Drawings from the first-ever #histcomm summit

The sessions from our first-ever History Communication summit, held March 4-5 at UMass Amherst, were each graphically recorded. It was at this summit that we began to formally create the discipline of history communication. Scroll through the slideshow to see insights from the event.
History Communication today
History Communication today

In our first session, we mapped today's history communication landscape. Drawing by Amanda Lyons, Visuals for Change

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The Digital / Mobile Revolution
The Digital / Mobile Revolution

In our second session, we asked how the digital and mobile revolutions have impacted history communication. Drawing by Amanda Lyons, Visuals for Change

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Take-aways
Take-aways

After much conversation, a few take-aways. Drawing by Amanda Lyons, Visuals for Change

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History Communication today
History Communication today

In our first session, we mapped today's history communication landscape. Drawing by Amanda Lyons, Visuals for Change

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All drawings by Amanda Lyons, Visuals for Change.

Graphic recording services were provided by Amanda Lyons, Visuals for Change. Visit her website to learn more: http://www.visualsforchange.com/