Visualization provides a mechanism for extending and enhancing human
cognitive capacity, helping us to create and transfer knowledge.
Story telling is part of the knowledge creation tradition and knowledge
base of most African cultures.
This workshop brings together these two themes to launch an exciting new direction in knowledge visualisation research.
Considering the visualisation of storytelling knowledge
Benchmarking of visualisation guidelines for this context
You, Your Stories
To support the creation, capture and transfer of contextual knowledge
HCI researchers, designers and practitioners interested in using visualization for knowledge creation and transfer
(a) network building (b) papers for a special issue of the Advances in Human-Computer Interaction Journal.
Overview of storytelling and visualisation techniques to be used in participatory design
Discussion and presentations on the use of storytelling and visualisation in teaching and learning.
Group discussions will address specific issues suggested by participants specifically towards benchmarking knowledge visualizations based on storytelling