The pitfalls of virtual workshops

How the added cognitive load of virtual workshopping tools impede learning

When I give a workshop in person, I don’t have to worry about whether people are familiar with the tools. Participants can focus on the activity, as the cognitive load required to use markers, Post-its, and whiteboards is minimal. These tools have clear affordances and exist in a…

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Designing tools for more transparent algorithms and better cognition. Dedicated to making tech further our curiosity and creativity.

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