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NetSciDraw: A tool for thinking in systems
Knowledge about networks can help us to make sense of those systems, making it a useful literacy tool for people to be effective and successful in this increasingly complex, interconnected world of the 21st century. Nearly everything in this world is reliant on something else for some reason. Humans need oxygen, trees need carbon dioxide and sunlight to survive. Almost all things around us are interconnected, and often in a complex way. Netscidraw and other systems science tools hope to develop this perspective of how the world works from a systems perspective and will enhance your ability to think divergently and creatively for a positive impact.
Draw any of the shapes shown below
Saving and zooming capabilities for more in-depth diagrams
Express the interconnectedness of ideas within a book
NetSciDraw allows you to draw shapes, fill them with ideas, connect them with arrows, create labels, and move all of those around in order for you to understand your unique "network." To draw just hold down your mouse, finger, or stylus on your device. When you are all finished, you can erase whatever you want to with the eraser.
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Go ahead and organize your thoughts!
NetSciDraw focuses around systems thinking.
a movement to make learning active, not just passive
NetSciDraw, 2019 Capstone Project
In Collaboration with
New York Hall of Science
Military Academy at West Point
A special thanks to Nicky Case, click here to check out his website for more of his work!
Also thanks to the 2018 Binghamton University Capstone Project Team
The current NetSciDraw Team
Adam Lindeman - alindem1@binghamton.edu
Joe Di Piero - jdipier1@binghamton.edu
Thomas Mayer - tmayer1@binghamton.edu
Justin Rowe - jrowe5@binghmaton.edu
Chris Bachman - cbachma3@binghamton.edu
Jason Heller - jheller9@binghamton.edu
Under the supervision of Dr. Hiroki Sayama - sayama@binghamton.edu