REDi School

Visual Collaboration Academy Partner

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This area of Visual Collaboration Academy is made for REDi School teachers and students. 

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Learn about why and how visual collaboration is relavant for REDi School teachers and students

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Get visual and impress your peers using engaging and inspiring tools for collaboration


Sign in to Visual Collaboration Academy and use code "REDi" to get free access to the below courses. 


How to work in a more visual way in virtual meetings (setup, skills and tools).
How to setup, prepare and facilitate face to face and online workshops.

How to visually think through moments of impact increasing the value for participants.
How to create a visual language and templates specific for your own context
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What participants say about Visual Collaboration Academy courses

Michele Seymour
Leadership Development Consultant
Balance Matters - United Kingdom

Thank you for your careful, patient and enthusiastic guidance through each step. The ability to visually design a team programme was great and thought provoking. I learnt how to think creatively and visually about getting teams connected in a more vibrant and effective way as it shortcuts many discussions seeing symbolically what is being discussed. 
Juergen Kleinstuber
Head of Strategic-, and Performance Programs
SAP - 

In this course I have learned how to design and facilitate inspiring and engaging online meetings and workshops. With the methods and tools presented in "Visual Collaboration" emotions, interaction and creativity is added to online meetings. Participants are able to see the thinking and ideas of each other. This kind of transparency not only help participants connect with one another in a different way, it is also much easier to remember later. I am now using this method for preparing and running workshops and meetings about learning, sales, project set up, idea-creation and process definition.
Dimitra Dimitrakopoulou
Visiting Assistant Professor
MIT Media Lab USA / University of Zurich, Switzerland. 

What makes this course great is a combination of the facilitator, the content, the visuals, the pacing of the learning, the overall experience! I learnt a new framework of engaging visually with my topic of interest and making remote but also in-person meetings.

REDi Visual Language 
 Strengthen your way of thinking, communicating and collaborating

In partnership with Visual Collaboration Academy, REDi Schools has developed a set of icons that anyone can draw and use in REDi context. 

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What you need 


We recommend that you get your own copy of the book. It is a helpful guide for your time here in the Academy. 


Course materiale and tasks are often to be found in an online whiteboard like MIRO / MURAL (you do not need an account of your own. 


Set aside time to prepare and follow up after each presentation and asignment...but do it all at your own pace.

Pen & paper

Have a blok of paper and pens ready. You will be creating a lot of icons, templates and visual stories. 
The book "Visual Collaboration" serves as the foundation for the courses. You will learn about the Five Building Blocks and how they work together. 
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Meet your instructors

Loa Baastrup
Co-author of Visual Collaboration
Loa has 15+ years experience in facilitating high impact meetings and trainings, both online and offline. 
Toa Maes
Process facilitator
Toa is a digital native with focus on both visuals and the digital aspects of learning and change. 
Ole Qvist-Sørensen
Co-author of Visual Collaboration
Ole is passionate about learning and visuals. He has designed and facilitated small and large change projects.
Bettina Gulya
Process facilitator
Bettina is an experienced UX designer and trainer. She also helps women with a refugee background develop their digital skills.