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This is a collaborative wiki project to define an emerging phenomena, its theory and practical applications.
Definition: (This is a working definition: Please edit till we like it. If you are unsure whether an edit will improve the definition, let's discuss on the talk page)--Dgray xplane 03:38, 27 November 2006 (UTC) Visual language is any communication which is primarily visual. For the purposes of this wiki, it will focus on an emerging field which focuses on improving thinking, learning and communication by making it more visual.
Bob Horn's definition: "Visual language is a new language composed of tightly integrated textual and visual elements. Its emergence is a result of such driving forces as globalization, increasing complexity both in commerce and technology, and the convergence of vocabularies from many previously distinct fields."
Add disciplines here. Please keep alphabetical.
Concepts, terms and definitions
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Visual language tools
Related science, research and practices
I've got some stuff I can fill in to flesh this out--Dgray xplane 01:11, 27 November 2006 (UTC)
Visual language educational programs, courses and training
Essays, projects and works in progress
Please keep alphabetical.
Icons, Indices, and Symbols by Patrick keenan
Nodes and links by Dave Gray (Needs cleanup)
Topic mapping by Shiela Kim (Needs cleanup)
Truth structures by Patrick Keenan
Visualizing "The World is Flat" by Sheila Kim and Christopher Peri (Needs cleanup)
Why a Visual Language Wiki? by Michael Erickson
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Gray, Dave: Dgray_xplane
Add notable books, papers and other works here. Please keep the list alphabetical.
Cross, Jay, "Informal Learning, Rediscovering the Natural Paths that Inspire Innovation and Performance", 2006 (ISBN: 0-7879-8169-9).
Doyle, Michael, and Strauss, David, "How to Make Meetings Work", (Date published?) (ISBN: 0-5150-9048-4).